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If you could see Love by Jules Baldwin
The astonishing parental care provided by the Emperor Penguin has been popularised by films such as March of the Penguins and Warner Brothers’ Happy Feet. The female lays a single egg that is incubated by the male during the long Antarctic winter. A great deal of the 65-day incubation period is spent in darkness. Standing for weeks, balancing an egg on their feet, with no food, in temperatures down to minus 40 Celsius must be the epitome of good parenting. The female devotes this time to replenishing her food reserves in the open sea. On her return, these penguin parents take turns foraging at sea and caring for the chick in the colony. They are truly long-distance commuters taking foraging trips of one to three weeks averaging over 650 km per trip. They go to great lengths, literally and metaphorically, to care for their young
My mark making as I have explained previously is a way of showing what can not normally be seen yet it is felt, such as the energy that surrounds us, is within us and is felt, such as love, defined by many but unique to each and every one of us in terms of how we display those feelings. Love is universal and includes the many beautiful creatures we have surrounding us far and wide. I had to find a way to show the extreme lengths some animals go to in order to keep their young safe. Can you feel the love?

If you could see love – would it look like this?

Jules Baldwin

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If you could see Love by Jules Baldwin
The astonishing parental care provided by the Emperor Penguin has been popularised by films such as March of the Penguins and Warner Brothers’ Happy Feet. The female lays a single egg that is incubated by the male during the long Antarctic winter. A great deal of the 65-day incubation period is spent in darkness. Standing for weeks, balancing an egg on their feet, with no food, in temperatures down to minus 40 Celsius must be the epitome of good parenting. The female devotes this time to replenishing her food reserves in the open sea. On her return, these penguin parents take turns foraging at sea and caring for the chick in the colony. They are truly long-distance commuters taking foraging trips of one to three weeks averaging over 650 km per trip. They go to great lengths, literally and metaphorically, to care for their young
My mark making as I have explained previously is a way of showing what can not normally be seen yet it is felt, such as the energy that surrounds us, is within us and is felt, such as love, defined by many but unique to each and every one of us in terms of how we display those feelings. Love is universal and includes the many beautiful creatures we have surrounding us far and wide. I had to find a way to show the extreme lengths some animals go to in order to keep their young safe. Can you feel the love?

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