Warm evening light bathed this distinctive mountain ridge near Booth Island on the Antarctic Peninsula. Two gentoo penguins are standing on the rocks in the foreground, showing the drastic contrast of size and the unique habitat in which these birds live. The mountains had been in flat light until the clouds along the western horizon opened up, spilling in enough light to give some drama. It as a short span of time, and like in many landscape images, timing is critical. Why this image is particularly interesting to me is that it is the first one I’ve processed in Lightroom on my new 27in IMac – and so far – I’m really liking it.