Photos are not doing this justice at all!! But this was one of the most stunning landscapes I saw in Antarctica- the Lemaire Channel, a narrow passage of towering cliff walls and clear still water littered with diving penguins and seals ! You’ll have to stay tuned for the video for this one! 🇦🇶
Happy 1 year to hanging out at the bottom of the globe and capturing @bpatrickflynn & @hgsmith6’s elopement in the middle of the Lemaire Channel. Can’t wait till we can share their official reception images designed by @amyosabaevents. Elopement seen on @people.
#nofilter passing through the #lemairechannel in #antarctica. We saw killer whales hunting in the ice, seals resting on floes, stunning plays of light over the mountains, and marveled in the wonders of geology. #theuntamedjourney
Well, currently I feel like this penguin marching on the iceberg. This week we were caught by some incredible snow storms in southwest of USA. Those who seen my stories might notice that we've been to snowy Bryce canyon yesterday and today enjoying snow in monument valley filming project for @skylum_global and new tutorials for @shainblumphotography #antarctica#lemairechannel
#repost @ladzinski with @get_repost ・・・ Last light on the jagged peaks of the #lemairechannel on the #antarctica Peninsula. The Antarctic is warming faster than just about anywhere else on the globe and posing serious threats to the planet as a whole. Our polar regions deeply affect our oceans currents. As the cold water from the north and south collide with the warm waters of the equatorial regions it generates a sink and rise affect generated by heat and salinity thus circulating ocean water throughout the globe. It’s known as Thermohaline circulation, swipe to see a graph. As temperatures increase this natural turbine is at risk, a very scary scenario that would alter the oceans temperatures and weather substantially if it ceased. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo, story out this month. #thebigmelt / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @craigwelch @andy_mann @ianvaso @pattersonimages @shanemoorefilms @sealegacy
We passed the RV Laurence M. Gould in the Lemaire Channel. The ship is an icebreaker used by researchers from the United States' National Science Foundation for research in the Southern Ocean. The Gould was named in honor of Laurence McKinley Gould, polar explorer, geologist, teacher, and second-in-command on Admiral Richard E. Byrd’s first Antarctic expedition of 1929-30. Gould, an international figure with 25 honorary degrees, and a principal architect of the Antarctic Treaty, died in 1995 at the age of 98.
🎉GIVEAWAY🎉 Istantanea. Capo Renard, Lemaire Channel. Il canale, lungo 11 km e profondo 150 mt, separa la penisola Kiev in Antartide dall’isola di Booth. Scoperto tra il 1873 e il 1874 da una spedizione tedesca, il canale verrà attraversato per la prima volta nel dicembre 1898 dalla Belgica. — Oggi toglierò il tutore liberando finalmente il braccio destro. Come promesso, per festeggiare, il primo che commenterà con un VIRATE A BABORDO! riceverà questo sketch originale disegnato con la mano sinistra!