Crossing the Antarctic Circle: Photography Workshop – January 2016

Start next year on a high note!

It is exhilarating – the first moment you step off the ship. Suddenly there is nothing between you and Antarctica. Hundreds of miles of land, snow and ice. You get a sense of how early explorers must have felt stepping off into this vast wilderness – the thrill of the unknown: the adrenaline rush of true exploration, adventure and awesome photography.

It is one thing to visit a place but it is another to immerse yourself in it. To not just see the sights but to understand the history, get to know the wildlife and come home with many iconic photos and unforgettable memories.

I am leading this photographic workshop, which offers you the most in-depth exploration and photography of the Antarctic mainland. Extended time in the region allows you to go beyond the Antarctic Peninsula and venture south of the Antarctic Circle, home to fantastic ice formations and wildlife including the Weddell seal.

You’ll enjoy more time communing with penguins and visits to less-frequented landing sites.

  • Be one of the few to venture to 66 degrees 33.7 minutes South
  • Visit historic research stations in Marguerite Bay
  • Witness the abundant Antarctic wildlife, including penguins, seals, whales and more
  • Experience the Western Peninsula highlights and visit iconic landing sites
  • Learn about Antarctica’s geology and wildlife from onboard lecturers and specialists

In collaboration with Quark Expeditions, the photography workshop on this expedition is organized by Iconic Images International, Australia, C4 Images & Safaris, South Africa and Art Wolfe, USA.

Antarctica Expedition: December 31, 2015-January 13, 2016

One Response to “Crossing the Antarctic Circle: Photography Workshop – January 2016”

  1. Carolyn Shoemaker Edmiston says:

    Loving wild life in the wild wild west

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