When most people travel and their tour is finished, that's it. The experience is over. But for photographers who take photography tours, the end of the tour is actually the beginning -- of working on your pictures. And years later, you can revisit your images and think of new ways of presenting them. I took this shot of a young fur seal on South Georgia island on my way down to Antarctica in 2010, and the original background always bothered me. Originally, there were a handful of penguins very much out of focus. The blurred white chests were distracting. After 10 years, I spent a few minutes this morning and used Topaz Remask 5 to make a selection around the seal. I then replaced the unwanted background with a vista of a huge king penguin colony. I photographed the fur seal within 100 yards or so of the main body of the colony, but the 500mm telephoto I used blurred the background and narrowed the angle of view. This composite gives a sense of environment plus complete depth of field so you can appreciate this remarkable scene. It's funny how this combination of images was sitting in my photo library all these years, waiting to be put together.