It’s amazing how penguins live in so much snow and how they get food. “I was a penguin in a previous life. They’re very smart. I ought to know,” adds Frances. They’re Jim and Judy and they’re holding hands. Jim is on the left and Judy is on the right. Jim looks out for Judy. They’re standing on snow and water while looking for mackerel to eat. The water is the Atlantic Ocean and it has very cold water with icebergs. They see a bunch of fish and are anticipating a good dinner.
They’re so beautifully designed with white vests and black overcoats. They’re a loving couple, a partnership, a Mr. and Mrs. Maybe they’re newlyweds on their honeymoon. They catch their dinner and have a candlelight dinner with the moon lighting the candles. They also have some water/wine. Then they talk penguin talk to each other and Jim told Judy it was a good dinner. After dinner, they go for a walk around the camp. There’s no more penguins there because they ate all the fish! But they find them and go to sleep with the other penguins—thousands and thousands of them.