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A Crabeater Seal snoozes in Black & White (BW) on Spert Island, Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica on 3 FEB 2020.... more
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A Crabeater Seal snoozes in Black & White (BW) on Spert Island, Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica on 3 FEB 2020.
The crabeater seal (Lobodon carcinophaga), also known as the krill-eater seal, is a true seal with a circumpolar distribution around the coast of Antarctica. They are medium- to large-sized (over 2 m in length), relatively slender and pale-colored, found primarily on the free-floating pack ice that extends seasonally out from the Antarctic coast, which they use as a platform for resting, mating, social aggregation and accessing their prey. They are by far the most abundant seal species in the world. While population estimates are uncertain, there are at least 7 million and possibly as many as 75 million individuals. This success of this species is due to its specialized predation on the abundant Antarctic krill of the Southern Ocean, for which it has uniquely adapted, sieve-like tooth structure. Indeed, its scientific name, translated as "lo...
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...
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Thank you VERY MUCH Nader Rangidan for featuring my photographic artwork "Do Not Awaken - Makes Me Crabby BW" in the FAA group Black and White Photography on 04/25/2020! ~Jeff at JSJ Photography
Allan Van Gasbeck
Congratulations! Your outstanding artwork has been chosen as a FEATURE in the “The Gray Scale Outdoors” group on Fine Art America — You are invited to post your featured image to the featured image discussion thread as a permanent place to continue to get exposure even after the image is no longer on the Home Page.
Jeff at JSJ Photography replied:
Thank you VERY MUCH Allan Van Gasbeck for featuring my photographic artwork "Do Not Awaken - Makes Me Crabby BW" in the FAA group The Grayscale Outdoors on 04/25/2020! ~Jeff at JSJ Photography