Antarctica, South Georgia & Falklands: A Sneak Preview

I am back on land after the most incredible three weeks exploring the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and Antarctica.

My head is overflowing with thoughts and memories but words currently escape me.

Here is a sneak preview of the amazing wildlife and landscape that surrounded me.

Many more photos to follow!!

 

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Kellie is a traveller and photographer who is most at home when exploring the world beyond it. Through the intersection of her travel, writing and photography passions, she shares her experiences to inspire others to create there own. The desire to live life instead of existing through it has introduced Kellie to inspirational locations throughout seven continents and from this a passion for landscape and wildlife photography has evolved. She feels a particular connection to the polar regions and Africa. You can see more of her photography at www.kellienetherwoodphotography.com

Comments

  1. Welcome back Kellie, can’t wait to hear more about your adventures! Those are some amazing “sneak-preview” photos! My favorite is definitely the Iceberg Graveyard 😉

  2. A little late to the party…but as you probably already know…knee high rubber boots are critial….and I lugged mine around for two months before getting to use them….and it was worth it! Welcome to the polar swim club and looking foward to all the photos…

    • Hi April, I totally agree re the boots. We were lucky in that we were given a pair on loan for the duration of the voyage so I didn’t have to lug them around before/after. I was surprised how comfortable they were and even trekked in them.

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