“A Journey to the Ends of the Sailing World” 
Since childhood, I have been fascinated by adventure and the exploration of the farthest reaches of the earth. I have been blessed in my lifetime by been able to visit some of the most remote places on this planet.

Antarctica holds 90% of the world’s ice and 70% of the world’s fresh water and yet it is the biggest desert in the world. In the center of the continent, the ice cap is 2300 meters deep. Katabatic winds in excess of 200 mph are a common occurrence. Yet this bleak, barren and harsh landscape has drawn explorers for the last 130 years.

Finally in January of 2017 the opportunity came, not to go to the tourist-laden peninsula, but to the Ross Sea, the playground of Amundsen, Scott and Schakleton, fathers of the Antarctic exploration.

Looking into my collection of frames, I had to contend with the almost complete lack of subjects, under not the best of shooting conditions: ship movement or rocking zodiac and with the ever-present "white" that made exposures a challenge. “I hope my love for new horizons brings to life this Antarctic exploration. My soul will always remember that it is here where I belong”

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