On this return trip to Antarctica, I was focused on photographing more penguins, and more ice. This was not a whole lot different than my goals for my first visit. In fact, it was very much the same. However, visiting earlier in the Antarctic season meant that I had a higher probability of capturing the images I had envisioned from the start.
Jeff shared with you some of our penguin encounters in Penguin Antics .
And you already had the chance to see The Largest Iceberg, A23a. Now, I was focused on a couple of “ice” themes. themes that would help capture the beauty of the ice in Antarctica.
(1) Large isolated icebergs
(2) Icebergs with reflections
(3) Icebergs with context
(4) Icebergs with color and texture
(4) Icebergs with wildlife
It’s hard not to capture a little bit of the wildlife
Now that we are wrapping up our trip, I am grateful we were able to return. It was amazing again. The Antarctic region is a precious resource. It is truly special, and I have fallen in love with it. I am hoping that we can return again in the near future.
I hope you enjoyed the photos from our return visit as much as we enjoyed bringing them to you.