It Seems these two cant make up their minds if they want to audition for the sequel of Happy Feet or March of the Penguins - it looks like they are practicing for both. The amazing moment, captured by renowned wildlife photographer Sue Forbes, and she thinks its hilarious. Sue has caught many of the worlds most amazing species with her camera lens, but its moments like this that she says makes her work really worthwhile. The former Royal Air Force engineer officer and product management executive in the high tech companies of Silicon Valley, California, has turned to her biggest passion, photography, full time, and has travelled the world. Of the amazing penguin shot, Sue said: I was heading down to the Antarctic from New Zealand, and the first landing on the continent of Antarctica was at Cape Adare in the Ross Sea Region. I sat watching the local Adelie colony as the penguins made their way from the nest to the sea to fish. To get there they had to navigate what is colloquially called 'bergie bits', which are broken up bits of icebergs that collect round the shore. Now penguins are gracious in the water but on land they are ungainly and were hopping, jumping, slipping and sliding as they made their way to the sea. As I watched this pair they both leaned together and touched flippers, making it look like they are dancing and I snapped the moment. It was a fun moment and certainly made me smile as it was tough watching the penguins work so hard to get to and from their feeding grounds. Sue, who has based herself in San Mateo, California,.