Antarctica

A Happy Accident in The Iceberg Graveyard - Antarctica by JD Andrews

While taking a small boat ride through what is named the 'Iceberg Graveyard', I was photographing these beautiful ice formations when, what I like to call a "happy accident" occurred -- capturing a bird in mid-flight at that exact moment. Which in my opinion makes this shot even more beautiful.

Poor Old Seal - Antarctica by JD Andrews

I was very fortunate to see and photograph many seals during this trip. I was told that since we enjoyed an unprecedented three days of blue skies, the seals were out of the water enjoying the sun. Scratches, gashes and deep wounds were visible on many of the seals. This particular one looked worn out and much older than most of the others. As you can see, he (or she) has been through a lot by the multiple scars that covered its entire body.

The True Beauty of Antarctica by JD Andrews

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Don't take a second of this trip for granted.... by JD Andrews

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Amazing Sunset en route to Antarctica by JD Andrews

On day three of my trip to Antarctica last year we were sailing through the Beagle Channel, some of the roughest waters in the world but it was worth it. The day was ending with one of the most beautiful (and longest) sunsets I've ever seen. This is one out of the hundreds of photos I took that evening.

On day three of my trip to Antarctica last year we were sailing through the Beagle Channel, some of the roughest waters in the world but it was worth it. The day was ending with one of the most beautiful (and longest) sunsets I've ever seen. This is one out of the hundreds of photos I took that evening.