Here’s a preview of four images from my recent trip to Antarctica. There were many surprises on this trip. There’s a quality to the trip and the images made during it that defies easy description. It’s going to take finishing the editing and processing and writing about the work to better understand it. Work teaches you. And every stage of the process teaches you something new. There’s no substitute for doing it. Stay tuned for images and text in the coming months. You’ll see them here first.

Check my previous posts to learn more about the trip.

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  • cemalekin

    All I can say is, John Paul, I’m jealous,of where you are, and what you are bringing back.

    Cemal

  • missamo80

    I love the first one, John. Great light, and a lovely match between the curves of the snow and the light in the water. And the little iceberg is Seth’s naked horse 🙂

    Neil

  • gats

    Hi JP,
    It was so great meeting you on this amazing journey to Antractica. Your lectures unblocked so many issues I was stuck on. Your images inspiring – a visual feast for the eyes and imagination!
    In your first lecture I turned to the person next to me and said “That’s what I wanna be when I grow up!!”.

    So thank you for sharing your passion, your talents and trade secrets 😉

    Oh thanks also for your blog… I kept a small journal of my own but it was mostly about my inner world as I felt my way through Antarctica’s surreal landscape pinching myself! So (hope you don’t mind) I’ve printed your blog which describes many of our days superbly to accompany my personal memories.

    Love & Light! …Anna

    PS. pls write to me should you ever come to Australia with your w/shops 🙂

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