A note from independent filmmaker David Conover on why he chose this film:
The underwater life of a Gentoo penguin is an exuberant pop of color amongst the unrelentingly white ice desert of Antarctica above. In this short film, the Gentoo soar beak-first like bullets through shallow waters off the coast of Port Lockroy. The bright greens and reds of the undulating seaweed and the clear blue of the water are a boisterous contrast to the rigid and monochromatic landscapes overhead. I love to see scenes of underwater life. It reminds me that there is so much life unseen, yet to be discovered and appreciated.
Produced by Richard Sidey
Take in the majesty of Antarctica—and its flightless inhabitants—during our Antarctica's White Wilderness Small Ship Adventure.