No Animal was Harmed in this Shooting - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

Having lost (almost) our last tie to modern development, we set sail for Falkland Islands.  While many of us set our eyes on the anticipated encounters with various types of penguins on this trip, I got to meet pintado petrels and giant petrels for the first time.  Being the opportunistic feeders, giant petrels, when at sea, often follow fishing fleets in the hope of picking up offal.  With a wingspan of up to nearly 7 feet (83 inches), their glide on the surface of ocean, in gusty wind, seemed effortless.

 Giant-Petrel-Sailing-Behind-Ship-Railing-South-Ocean-Antarctica-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

Giant-Petrel-Sailing-Behind-Ship-Railing-South-Ocean-Antarctica-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

While being busy following the ever-swift movements of the birds and, at times, being mesmerized in the almost dance-like creation of the ocean, I found myself somehow caught (or rather, involved) in a "serial" shooting.  What a busy day that was!  

And, I felt that I have to put the disclaimer out there: with three "shooters" that you see, nobody was harmed - not a wild life, nor a person.

 Serial-Shooting-in-South-Ocean-Antarctica-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

Serial-Shooting-in-South-Ocean-Antarctica-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

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