Playful

"teenage" Grey Seals on Dune

There were three different kinds of Grey Seal on the beach. The young ones were just laying on the beach, looking impressed at the big old ones. Those older ones didn’t seem to be bothered by anything and were just relaxing. And there was the group of “teenagers”, quite big already, too young to be really impressive, but with a lot of energy. These animals were often play fighting in the surf. It was quite playful, but I’m sure I don’t want to be between them during those fights.

Meanwhile I’ve also finished the first movie of the weekend: Grey Seals on the beach. Here you can see all the different kinds and their behaviour, including my moment of the weekend…. It’s also the first movie with my new Røde Stereo VideoMic, the sounds should be a bit better now 🙂 I hope you like it.

Arjen Drost

Arjen is a Polar ecologist, nature photographer and full time expedition guide on expedition cruise ships in both Polar regions. With his pictures and stories he likes to show the beauty of these very fragile and threatened places.

6 comments

  • Hallo Arjen,

    De laatste weken heb ik vele fraaie beelden van je mogen ontvangen en bekijken.
    Daar zaten veel beelden bij die mij qua sfeer en compositie erg aanspraken, terwijl dit laatste filmpje natuurlijk één van de hoogtepunten is.
    Deze manier van bekendheid geven aan het werk wat jij doet, spreekt mij erg aan.
    Kan je mij uitleggen hoe ik dit ook op deze manier zou kunnen doen via WordPress.
    Moet ik dan gewoon via Google naar WordPress gaan?
    Zoals je nu al merkt , ben ik op dit terrein niet de handigste.

    Succes met je werk.

    groet,

    Peter

    http://www.pbase.com/peterzwitser

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  • Hoi Arjen,

    Wederom een hele mooie opname. Je wordt steeds handiger in het compileren!

    Groet,
    Ruben

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  • Dag Arjen,

    Mooi filmpje!
    Zoiets had je ook van Olga en Lutske kunnen maken.
    Die doen hetzelfde en nog wat wilder!!

    groet,

    jelle

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