300,000 Penguins, South Georgia Island

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TonyErnst

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The King Penguin colony on the Salisbury Plain of South Georgia Island. There are well over 300,000 penguins in this synth (The weird pattern on the hillside is all penguins - be sure to zoom in close). There are also a couple thousand Antarctic Fur Seals

The oringinal version of this synth, while pretty good, was really just me seeing how well something like this would synth. I didnt take the time to color correct the photos, and I didnt add as many images as I could have. Consider this the cannonical version.

Taken January 13, 2009
Salisbury Plain, South Georgia Island, United Kingdom

You can see more of my photography at:
http://tonyernst.com
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Synthy 100%
Views 38889
Favorites 47
Photos 250
Date Created 8/4/2009
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(12)
liables117 Over 1 year ago
AMAZING
eskehaji Over 1 year ago
Wow, that's a lot of penguins
Debra Over 1 year ago
This is incredible! What camera/lens were you using?
TonyErnst Over 1 year ago
Debra - I was using a mix of lenses with 2 Canon 40Ds. The detail shots were taken with a Canon 400DO and the wider angle shots were mostly from a Canon 24-105. I think there are probably a few with the Canon 100-400 as well. If you really want specifics you can find some of the photos from this synth on my still photography website here: http://tonyernst.com/gallery.aspx?gallery=ant05 . You can find all the gear/exposure info below each image when you click on them.
c4181 Over 1 year ago
Awosme!
Cech12 Over 1 year ago
I love penguins ... It is beautiful!
Shalihmysynth Over 1 year ago
cute penguines
BlueHippo Over 1 year ago
One of my favourite synths.
RohitJain Over 1 year ago
Amazingly beautiful. This is first synth in my favorites list.
MateCosido Over 1 year ago
increible... muy maravilloso ver tantos pingUinos juntos!
nevermind Over 1 year ago
Wow, that's just flat out incredible
furiousm Over 1 year ago
Beautiful, thank you so much for sharing.
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