Layers of rocks and jagged icebergs on the approach to the Antarctic peninsula.
Chinstrap penguin, Antarctica
If you're going to guard a harbor entrance - make sure your penguins are all aimed properly! South Shetland Islands, Antarctica.
Gentoo penguins, Antarctica
Sailboat anchored in Mikkelsen Harbor on Trinity Island, Antarctica.
A small unmanned hut is surrounded by a penguin colony in Mikkelsen Harbor - Trinity Island, Antarctica.
Jagged icebergs line up in interesting shapes, Antarctica.
A small boat explores Icebergs worn smooth by wind and waves in Antarctica.
You may have to look closely to see penguins resting on an iceberg, in front of a massive glacier in Antarctica.
When Penguins Fly
Gentoo penguin, Antarctica
Clouds and icebergs at sunset - Gerloche Strait, Antarctica.
Chinstrap penguins, Antarctica
Close-up view of iceberg & natural arch in Antarctica, captured from inflatable Zodiac boat.
Beyond the Blue
Brilliant blue icebergs and distant misty mountains, captured from inflatable Zodiac boat in Antarctica.
Perfectly calm waters reflect the Antarctic landscape and clouds.
Up vs. Down
A mountain peak is perfectly reflected in the calm waters of the Lemaire Channel, Antarctica.
Twin spires - like something out of a fantasy novel - guard the entrance to Lemaire Channel, Antarctica.
Iceberg, mountains, and clouds just before midnight in Andvord Bay, Antarctica.
Antarctica in December never really gets dark. A beuatiful pastel sky and mountains at midnight in Andvord Bay.
Clouds and mist add some mystery to the mountains and glaciers near Neko Harbor, Antarctica.
Black & white image of a glacier above Neko Harbor, Antarctica
Icicles on the beach at Neko Harbor, Antarctica.
Humpback whale breach, Antarctica
Humpback whale tail, Antarctica.
Adélie penguin, Antarctica
Adélie penguins, Antarctica
Adélie penguin colony - Paulet Island, Antarctica. Home to an estimaged 100,000 breeding pairs.
The rusty remains of bluber boilers on the site of an old whaling station on Deception Island, Antarctica.
Deception Island, Antarctica has a large harbor in the middle, the results of a collapsed volcanic caldera. The narrow entrance channel between volcanic cliffs is called "Neptune's Bellows".