Voyer made this gorgeous photo two years ago during sailing adventure in Antartica. He was topside enjoying the view when he spotted a group of 50 or so penguins feeding at sea. Amazed, he suited up and jumped in.
He floated just below the surface, waiting for the moment when the birds came up for air and then rocketed back down into the deep. He worked with natural light and a camera with a 16-35mm lens in an underwater housing. The wide angle lens and fast shutter speed allowed him to capture each penguin as the colony dove and spiraled. Voyer did his best to avoid disturbing the birds, which swam around him for nearly 30 minutes before vanishing. “It is amazing to see so many penguins surrounding and flying around,” he says. “It’s incredible how agile they are in the water, because they are so clumsy on land.”
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