Frozen Lenses


Have you ever had a hankering to visit a place where no one else has ever been?

I have, and though I can’t claim that people have never been to the location of my last vacation, I can claim that there have not been many.

Frozen Lenses” is a photographic sojourn to Antarctica.

Captured in Jan 2013 these images are a stark reminder that no man, other than scientific researchers, live on this southern most continent.

Easily twice the size of Australia and with 98% of its land mass covered by ice that averages at least 1 mile (1.6 km) in thickness there are no permanent human residents, but anywhere from 1,000 to 5,000 people reside throughout the year at the research stations scattered across the continent.

These collected images span the diversity that is unique to Antarctica and underpin the fragility and importance of this exotic world.

My exhibition runs from May 27th to June 30 at Societe Food and Wine Bar on Danks Street Waterloo. If you’re in town during this time please stop by and enjoy this amazing collection of images.

For more images of this extraordinary landscape take a moment to visit my website

Graveyard Alley, Lemaire Channel
Graveyard Alley, Lemaire Channel
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