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Missing Fun In Antarctic

Well, it looks like it won’t be until 2022 until I can return to Antarctica again.  I found these two photos that I think sum up what a day in Antarctica is all about.  This is my wife Debra having the time of her life.

Dancing in Antarctica. Ocean Nova is in the background.

 

South Georgia Sky

 

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Death Valley Sunset

I have been to Death Valley at least a dozen times.  Each time is different and I  am always discovering new locations to take photos from.  The shot above was made late one day a few winters ago while on my way back from visiting Bodie.  Bodie is one of the strangest towns you can visit.  A few hours there feels like a day and it’s kind of one of those oddball towns with oddball people.  I highly recommend a visit there.  Anyway on my way back from the visit I came over the mountain and the whole valley had a spectacular set of clouds over it.  And, the sun was going down.  So I drove downhill to a location that gave a clear view of the valley and let the magic happen.  It was like the whole sky was on fire.  I used a wide-angle lens to get as much sky as I could.  The photo below was one of the workshop attendees silhouetted against the sky.

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August 2020
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Antarctica 2020

This has been a strange year.  It all began with loads of optimism and has turned out to be something totally surreal.  The Worldwide Pandemic has changed everything.  But, before the Pandemic started I was lucky to get an Antratcia Workshop in and with Art Wolfe and Michael Durr as well as 28 guests.  We took this trip onboard The Magellan Explorer, a brand new ship run by Antarctica 21 the charter company I have been using for years.  Thie trip was an incredible experience and I wrote an article over on photoPXL.com with four videos and the trip log for the trip.  With this blog entry, I have included four photos but the article on PXL has a lot more plus the video will blow you away.  You can find the article at Antarctica Workshop Expedition 2020 – February 15-21, 2020.

Please check it out and enjoy the content and think about joining us in November 2021 when we take a 21-day journey to South Georgia Island and Antarctica.  This is the ultimate Antarctica Experience.



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If you are interested in seeing more work by Kevin Raber and purchasing his work for your own, please visit RaberEYES.com

Kevin also runs workshops for photographers all over the world at Rockhopper Workshops

Kevin also has. a major website for all photography enthusiasts with articles, forums, tutorials, community and more at photoPXL.com

Kevin also shares his work daily on Facebook and Instagram

 

 

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Stormy Sky #1 Palouse

One of the things that are special about the Palouse is what I call the big sky.  The sky is part of the Palouse and many times actually becomes the focus of the image.  Whether the skies are blue with puffy clouds or dark and gray with an approaching storm, they are always special.

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Ormiston Gorge

PODAS Australia

A few years ago I did the Red Center in Australia.  Before we got too deep in the outback we visited Ormiston Gorge a littles ways from Alice Springs.  There are a number of gorges in cental Australia. during some of the year there is hardly any water running in them.  when I visited there was great water and I was able to do some nice images.  This is a pano image done from a small uprise in the middle of the river.  my feet got wet and cold but I got the shot.