More Pics from Antarctica and Falkland Islands

by | Apr 12, 2011 | Travelogue | 4 comments

OK, I have 14 minutes of battery life left, and I’m on my second coffee for Wifi here in Puerto Madryn, Argentina. Here’s a few more pics from my trip to Antarctica and the Falkland Islands.

Enjoy!

Don't Mess Wid Me!!

Don’t Mess Wid Me!!

Oh Yeah!

Oh Yeah!

Elephant Seal Heaven

Elephant Seal Heaven

Sea Lions in the Savanna?

Sea Lions in the Savanna?

Rockhopper's Bad-Hair Day

Rockhopper’s Bad-Hair Day

Wrecked Minesweeper

Wrecked Minesweeper

Feeding Time

Feeding Time

Blackbrowed Albatross in Flight

Blackbrowed Albatross in Flight

Porpoising Gentoo Penguins

Porpoising Gentoo Penguins

Puerto Deseado Sunrise

Puerto Deseado Sunrise

Miradores de Darwin

Miradores de Darwin

Stick on Arid Riverbed

Stick on Arid Riverbed

 

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4 Comments

  1. rich

    AWESOME captures Martin. Looks like you are having an amazing trip! Glad you had the opportunity to share.
    Best regards,
    Rich

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  2. David Theobald

    Love the pics. Awesome photo opportunity

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  3. Marcus

    re: Sea Lions in the Savanna? – wow, why have I never seen a shot like this? Is it rare to see them on grass like this? I don’t think I’ve ever seen a shot of sea lions looking more ‘lion-y’. Great set of shots !!

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  4. Martin Bailey

    Thanks guys!

    Marcus,

    I’d never seen a shot like that before either. It didn’t seem as though this was particularly strange behavior. They’d just hauled themselves up from the beach, and walked about 200 meters inland and were just hanging out, sunning themselves.

    It’s not much of a struggle for them either. Some decided to go back to sea while we were there, and they were hauling ass. 🙂

    Cheers,
    Martin.

    Reply

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