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Flying Through the Water by Leanne Lindsay
The Sydney Aquarium buzzed with excited families, but my grandchildren and I were captivated by a different kind of movement – the enchanting underwater ballet of the little penguins. With my Mirrorless camera in hand and my old DSLR in theirs, I was their patient photography coach, but these tuxedoed dynamos were the true stars. Unlike their larger cousins, these pint-sized swimmers seemed to defy gravity. Their wings propelled them through the water with incredible speed and grace, like tiny rockets dancing and soaring through the depths. Each twist and turn was a masterpiece of avian acrobatics, leaving me mesmerized. Minutes melted away as I became entranced in their world. Each click of the camera was a silent cheer, capturing the penguins’ playful dives, graceful glides, and moments of feathery camaraderie. They weren’t just subjects; they were my muses, inspiring me to experiment with angles, shutter speeds, and lighting to best portray their underwater magic. The resulting photo, aptly titled “Flying Through the Water” is a testament to the pure joy of discovery, the wonder of nature’s hidden gems, and the magic that unfolds when we truly observe the world around us. It’s a reminder that even amidst the familiar, there are always opportunities to be awestruck by the extraordinary.
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