A sequel of sorts to yesterday's post with less dramatic light.
I've photographed a lot of ice washing up on Lake Michigan's shoreline, but it never gets the color extremes produced by the glaciers of Iceland.
Finally, our last landing was at Cuverville Island, which was the largest Gentoo penguin colony on the continent. We had a beautiful zodiac ride and a great hike among the penguins, punctuated with sushi and champagne waiting for us back on the ship. We truly loved our time in Antarctica, and I will tell anyone that if they can go, they should. It's beauty is unlike anything I've ever witnessed, it's tranquil power being a supremely humbling experience.
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Had the chance to be involved in @studioolafureliasson ‘Ice Watch’ through @waynemcgregor , we were at the @tate on Tuesday and Bloomberg / @mikebloomberg Headquarters yesterday 🙌🏼❄️
Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has extracted 30 blocks of glacial ice from the waters surrounding Greenland and placed them in public spaces across London, where they will be left to melt.
Called Ice Watch, the temporary installation is meant to serve as a visual reminder of the impact of climate change on the environment.
The hunks of ice are scattered across two locations. There are 24 in a circular grove outside Tate Modern and six additional blocks outside the Bloomberg headquarters in the City of London.
A big thank you from us and a special announcement.. 🥂
CONGRATULATIONS to @blakefoolko who has won our 2018 Christmas competition! ⚡️ -
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Thank you to everyone who’s supported us from the beginning, we are so excited to share with you what’s coming.
Ollie & Steve.
The subject of #Traces is the life and the extreme contradictions of a remote region called #Angmagssalik , on the east coast of #Greenland . This region, surrounded and protected by the #ice , was isolated until the 1890s.
In little more than a hundred years, the inhabitants of these small settlements, underwent and, in some way, suffered a forced civilisation which brought them from the stone age into the present day.
#Inuit are a proud and kind population, used to suffering and survival in one region with the worst climate conditions on Earth. Today they are protagonists of a paradoxical destiny, between the progress of the western world and the ancient #glaciers which surround the small settlements with #icebergs .
Traces ha come soggetto la vita e le estreme contraddizioni della remota regione di Angmassalik, nella Groenlandia dell'est. Questa regione, circondata e protetta dai ghiacci, è rimasta isolata fino al 1890 circa e, in poco più di cento anni, gli abitanti dei suoi piccoli insediamenti lungo il mare hanno assistito, e in qualche modo subito, una civilizzazione forzata che li ha portati, nel tempo di qualche generazione, dall'età della pietra ai giorni nostri.
Il popolo Inuit, capace insieme di una forza e di una gentilezza straordinarie, ha vissuto qui per millenni sopravvivendo alle condizioni più estreme ed è oggi protagonista di un destino paradossale tra il progresso del mondo occidentale e i ghiacciai millenari che circondano di iceberg i piccoli villaggi.
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