This entry is part 32 of 47 in the series British Antarctic Survey

Final blog from my amazing trip to St Andrews Bay. We are so lucky to be able to spend days at the incredible places and therefore see them throughout the entire day. Here are a few pictures I took at dawn and dusk on holiday.

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Penguins coming to shore at dawn

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Masses of penguins at first light

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Passing yacht (500m away) alongside an iceberg (5miles away)

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Penguins in the surf

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Sunrise

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Penguin calling as it emerges from the sea

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Calling chick at dusk

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Displaying King Penguin in front of dusk lenticular cloud formations

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Penguin silhouettes

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First light

For more pictures from my visit to St Andrews, check out my gallery here

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