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    Posted May 30, 2014 by
    Tarzana, California
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    Wildlife photography

    Foul and Interlopers of the Southern Hemisphere


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     sviggles visited the Southern Hemisphere in December 2006 and September 2008. On one trip, he travelled to the Falkland Islands and down to the Antarctic Peninsula, and on his other trip he visited Australia. While in the Antarctic Peninsula, he photographed various animal life from rockhopper penguins to elephant seals. His advice when photographing wildlife is to try to create art within your frame. 'You'll notice I don't like to shoot the entire animal. I look for patterns or shapes in the animal's body, feathers, or features,’ he explained.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    These photos of a Rockhopper Penguin, Blue Eyed Shag, King Penguins, Elephant Seal, Spiny Lobster, and Cassowary, were taken in the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island and Australia. Sven Michael Davison has spent the past fifteen years traveling and photographing wildlife on all seven continents. He is an executive at Sony DADC and is also an award winning author who focuses on the darker consequences of embracing emerging technologies, artificial intelligence and transcendence.
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