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A Southern Giant Petrel (or Antarctica Giant Petrel) with the scientific name macronectes giganteus glides at low level showing its reflection over a... more
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A Southern Giant Petrel (or Antarctica Giant Petrel) with the scientific name "macronectes giganteus" glides at low level showing its reflection over a totally calm Fournier Bay, Anvers Island, Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica on the morning of 5 February 2020.
Fournier Bay (64°31'S 63°6'W) is a bay 8 nautical miles (15 km) long and 3 nautical miles (6 km) wide, indenting the northeast coast of Anvers Island immediately west of Briggs Peninsula and south of Dralfa Point, in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica. Its head is fed by Rhesus, Thamyris, Kleptuza and Altimir Glaciers.
The bay was probably first seen by a German expedition, 1873–74, under Eduard Dallmann. It was charted by the French Antarctic Expedition, 1903–05, under Jean-Baptiste Charcot, and named by him for Vice Admiral Ernest Fournier of the French Navy.
Southern giant petrel (Macronectes giganteus), Antarctic giant petrel, giant fulmar...
Hi! I'm Jeff at JSJ Photography. I'm a retired military service member and Christian adventure photographer who has been taking pictures and entering them in photo contests as my wife Jenny and I traveled the world together for over 25 years. We lived on 3 continents and have traveled to all 7 continents, so I have tried to capture God's amazing creation wherever we live and travel. I have focused on Bald Eagle photography for the past 9 years since I retired by photographing them in the Washington, DC area along the Potomac River and Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River near the Maryland/Delaware/Pennsylvania border. During our world travels as a geography major and photo enthusiast, I have developed a fascination with various...
Awesome photo of this magnificent bird!
Excellent photo of this magnificent bird!
Gary F Richards
Excellent capture and artwork! Fl …voted in Wings Wide Open contest
Marvelous capture. LF
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Thank you for the L/F/C Sunil! ~Jeff at JSJ Photography
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Thank you VERY MUCH Mariola Bitner for featuring my photo artwork "Antarctic Giant Petrel Low Level Over Fournier Bay" in the FAA group Wildlife ONE A DAY on 05/16/2020! ~Jeff at JSJ Photography
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Thanks Nicklas! ~Jeff at JSJ Photography