Monday, September 21, 2009

Victory beach

It's named after a steamship ironically aground here (1861). The real win goes to this Yellow-eyed Penguin who was fishing out at sea all day. They waddle up the beach to bed down in the grass we're hiding in. This happens every day at sunset, but we were laying in wait tonight. There is something even humans love about the crepuscular.

Victory beach, Otago Peninsula, NZ

PS: Q: did I do anything to this photo? A: no, the light looked like this.

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