Monthly Archives: December 2011

ANTARCTICA – ‘GREEN ICE AND PEBBLES’

As has become customary after returning from a significant overseas photographic expedition I have been more or less hibernating for the last few days whilst I attempt to recover from a nasty case of jet lag and general post trip exhaustion. The combination of long waking hours (from shooting well into the small hours), irregular […]

ANTARCTICA DISPATCH #6 RETURN TO CIVILISATION

There are no words that any poet could pen that could possibly do justice to the raw beauty, grandeur and natural wonder that is Antarctica. The white continent is quite simply a thing of unbridled, unhinged primordial beauty that is breathtaking in the extreme. It truly feels like an unexplored prehistoric world – a last […]

ANTARCTICA DISPATCH #5 SETTING SAIL ACROSS THE DRAKE

The time has finally arrived and shortly after I complete the upload of this post I will be heading out to the docks with all my luggage and camera gear to board our ship ‘The Ocean Nova’ for two days sailing across the notorious Drake passage to Antarctica. The last few days in Ushuaia has […]