Moving landscapes

Dragon head (A2_008708) Can you see the sea-dragon rising from the deep? The eye, the teeth, the snout, the horns? It was taken on my first Antarctic voyage, and serves as an example of the constantly-changing scenery encountered from a moving ship. Let me describe… The scene (A2_008540) We were …

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Look for details!

Unexpected nose (A2_055219) When travelling I’m usually encountering new locations every day, and am constantly looking for ways to capture interesting images. And many days I’m also encountering locations I’m familiar with, and still I need to find interesting images. Whether you’re in a new or familiar location, in the …

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Ice and mist, Svalbard

Kittiwakes in the mist (A2_086917) This image was made during this July’s LuminOdyssey photography expedition to Svalbard. I made this image while standing on the deck of our ship while we prepared to board our Zodiacs to explore the glacier in this fjord up close. Fog was flowing down off …

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Walrus antics, Svalbard

Peek-a-boo! (A2_083872) Just for a change in pace, here’s one of the many images I made in July this year while leading a LuminOdyssey photography group around Svalbard in the high Arctic. We were travelling on Aurora Expeditions‘ Polar Pioneer, an ice-strengthened expedition ship. She’s often described as “one rating …

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