This is another of the moonrise from Antarctica. Yet this one os a tighter shot with a 600mm lens and then I did some special work on it. It turned out quite dramatic.
Ok, there are going to be a lot of iceberg images over the coming weeks, many of them in Black and White. This is a shot of two icebergs and I like the way they formed the composition. The gray sky and the blue of the bergs works well together.
Well we had a great moonrise the night before. We started to transit the Lemaire Channel and the moon was setting. It was an a amazing trip through the channel.
This year like all years when I visit Antarctica there are special defining moments. The defining moment this year was getting married on a beach with penguins and 60 close friends. Quite an adventure. This moonrise was another define moment. And, like a lot of images you’ll see this year I am doing lot of B&W. This is moonrise #12 of a lot of moonrise shots. It was quite a moment to see this moon rise at the same time the sun was setting. Quite a night. Shot with a Sony A7 II and Tamron 150-600mm zoom.
Street are or graffiti is illegal in Chile but you would never know it. One clever city figured if you can’t beat them then join them. So they opened up the city walls to talented street graffiti artists and have ended up with a very cool place to find very cool street art. This image was made on one of those streets. I’ll have more. Shot with a Fuji X-t1.
On our trip to Antarctica we took a few day layover in Santiago. Here we enjoyed shooting the streets not only in Santiago but in Valparaiso. This is the perfect place to work with the Fuji X-T1 which I used to shoot these. This shot was of two parking lot attendants in Santiago.
This image was made at Tasman Glacier Terminal Lake by Aoraki/Mount Cook, New Zealand with a Panasonic GH2, 7-14mm zoom at 14mm 1/500th sec. at f/8, ISO. 160. New Zealand has so much to offer photographers. Just an amazing place to take pictures and see amazing things.