Extreme Blues and Bobbing by Icebergs: Antarctica

This latest trip to Antarctica was one for the memory books, filled with its highs and lows (including 7-metre waves in the Drake Passage!) and inclement weather that finally gave way to an incredible experience: five hours riding zodiacs through Charlotte Bay to photograph whales, iceberg and epic scenery. I’m already missing the sense of remoteness, scale and grandeur.

I have 7,000 or so frames to go through but wanted to show you an initial set of images! Enjoy this window into the latest journey to the White Continent.

As always, all images are available as limited-edition prints in a variety of sizes and format.

Fur seals swimming in impossibly blue water. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Deception Island. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
A mammoth iceberg. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Moonrise over the Antarctic Peninsula. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Huge ice features. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Deception Island. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Stunning details in icebergs. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Gentoo penguins at Dorian Bay. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Zodiac provides a sense of scale to the enormity of the landscape. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Peleno Strait. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.