In Antarctica’s Paradise Harbour we found some wonderfully calm water around these icebergs. Greens and blues are often prominent in the Antarctic landscape. Although they’re not the only ones we find, they’re fascinating in their richness.
Photographed during our 2015 Lord Howe Island photo workshop.
The reflections in Antarctica can be magical!
While walking between workshop participants scattered along the beach, this photo was taken with my Olympus TG-4 compact camera. We’ll be heading back to Lord Howe Island in May 2017.
In Antarctica’s Neumayer Channel, as we cruised near this vaguely-triangular iceberg there were a few comments in our Zodiac about battleships.
In summer we don’t only see the bears on ice. Sometimes they’re standing on solid ground. This bear was photographed on the island of Edgeøya in Svalbard. We hope to return to this location in June this year on our next Arctic photo workshop.
On this day near Antarctica’s Fish Islands, we spent a happy morning exploring the ice sculptures around us.