PROJECT: The Southern Ocean - A Photographic Journey
A collection of images from my 2017 Southern Ocean Expedition, including Ushuaia, The Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island, Antarctica and the seas in between.
137 imagesAntarctica is the Earths most coldest, driest, windiest, highest sitting, remote, and southernmost contnent, completely surrounded by the Southern Ocean. It's remarkable landscapes and biodiversity, make this less visited part of our world a endless source of photographic material.
94 imagesSouth Georgia Island (South Sandwich Islands) itself is a mountianous landscape, and generally a very harsh, raw enviornment. Wildlife on the island include Elephant Seals, Fur Seals and King Penguins. Many photographers will tell you, this is theirr favorite destination to photograph.
67 imagesThe Falkland Islands are a natural stopping point between Argentina and South Georgia Island. The Islands are rich with Albatross rookeries, penguin species and various wildlife.
12 imagesBeetween stops on this expedition, days are spent at sea in The Southern Ocean. Wildlife can be abundant, with Giant Petrals, Albatross, and even Whales.
62 imagesUshuaia is the the capital if Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire) Province, Argentina. Regarded as the largest southernmost city in the world, it is generally the place where most Southern Ocean expeditions start and end.