Ice in Lemaire Channel
Camera: Phse One P65+, Cambo RS, Rodenstock 23mm
Settings: f/8, 1/250, ISO 50
When: December 2010
Lemaire Channel in Antarctica is one of the most dramatic coastlines in the world. I hung over the side of the ship’s hull to get as close to the water as possible. The current in the rough water had created a channel of ice I used as leading lines to the snow covered shoreline.
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