SOUTH GEORGIA >> Jad DavenportI'm fascinated with wildlife and wild places, and South Georgia, a sub-Antarctic island some 1,100 miles east of the southern tip of South America, has that in spades. While there, I was surrounded by fur seals, king penguins, southern elephant seals, albatrosses and even reindeer. The one time I shot there, I'd been walking through a king penguin colony to photograph some fur seals, and when I turned around I realized I had a whole parade of curious penguins following me in single file. They almost seemed embarrassed when I stopped and would look anywhere but at me. Then they scuttled along after me, bellies out in front and wings wheeling like excited toddlers.