Antarctica Photos: Tip of the Iceberg

Ice is an iconic feature of the Antarctic landscape and a key feature in many of the photos I’ve left with. These photos are just the tip of the iceberg of what I saw and enjoyed in the world’s wildest continent. (Chinstrap Penguins on iceberg near Spert Island) A journey to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia […]

Photography: 20 Landscapes from Antarctica, Arctic, Africa & Australia

I’m often asked if I prefer wildlife or landscape, as both a traveller and a photographer.  This isn’t a surprising question considering my travel itinerary of the past year has been led by a desire to experience and capture some of the world’s most beautiful and unique environments, birds and animals My perfect scenario is […]

Photo of the Week: #Arctic Ice

Ice is symbolic of the Arctic region and one of my favourite subjects to photograph.  With 24 hour daylight, the colour of the sky is a lottery, but was just beautiful on the day we zodiac cruised Monaco Glacier.  The bird flying off the iceberg was the icing on the cake on a magical day. […]

Photo of the Week: #Arctic Ice & Kittiwakes

One of the best ways to explore the Svalbard Arctic is via zodiac, allowing a close up view of the incredible landscape and wildlife in the region.  And it doesn’t get much than this, when landscape and wildlife combine to create an image symbolic of the icy, cold North. I recently returned from a two […]

Polar Travel in Pictures: #Arctic Ice

  If the polar bear is king of the Arctic, ice is it’s queen. Ice in the Arctic is part of a landscape that seems to have been created from a palette of blue and white hues.  It is part of a landscape that deafens you with its silence.  It is part of a landscape […]

Antarctica in Pictures: A Collection of Ice

“We have just sighted the first iceberg of the journey” This announcement at 7pm on New Years Day felt symbolic of the journey ahead.  We had just enjoyed the Falkland Islands, were growing accustomed to days at sea and were eagerly awaiting our arrival at South Georgia.  We were also inching closer and closer to […]