Kelp Gulls keeping watch over a ship wreck at dusk Hot
Comments (0)
Shipwreck and kelp gulls by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick

Wild stormy seas off South Africa's southern most tip have claimed many ships throughout history and have battered them along the rugged shoreline. Here, the most recent "victim" is watched over by two Kelp Gulls as the sun sets.

Technical Details

Camera Make
Camera Model
Shutter speed

User comments

There are no user comments for this listing.

Please enter the security code.
Peter Chadwick
Author: Peter ChadwickWebsite: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
As a dedicated conservationist, Peter Chadwick has 30 years strategic and operational conservation experience in terrestrial and marine protected area management. He has worked within all of the major biomes in southern Africa as well as having provided expert conservation advice at a global level. His conservation and wildlife photography is a natural extension to his conservation work where he has numerous opportunities to capture photographs that showcase the beauty and complexity of the outdoors. Peter’s photography is internationally recognized, with this work appearing globally in a wide range of print and electronic media.