Once upon a time in Antarctica, Jamie Coleman took this photograph. It reminds me of the calm days, when you can hear each drop of meltwater hitting the surface of the ocean. . It feels like blue sky forever … or at least for the next 20 minutes.
Super treat to travel with Jasper Doest who took this photo of me in Antarctica just a few weeks ago. His work makes connections between image and emotion … and sheds new light on our place in the natural world. I recommend a follow!
Birds? You like ‘em? Check out my friend Jamie Coleman to get prepped for National Geographic’s Year of the Bird. It has been really fun to share some images from South Georgia this week … now let’s go back to the Arctic, shall we? P.S. It’s okay to stand out from the crowd. Photo Jamie Coleman
Weather the storm! South Georgia’s Ocean Harbour. King Penguins are more than beautiful; they’re tough. Sometimes it rains in paradise, but if they can hack it, so can we. Photo by Eric Guth.
Good morning! Head over to Lindblad Expeditions for some great Antarctic shots while a mystery guest takes over their Instagram feed! (Hint: No, it’s not me, but it’s someone you already know) In the meantime …. killer whales! Traveling together is the best way to travel. This photo by Eric Guth.
Blues and greens, ice and mountains … it’s a peaceful day in Drygalski Fjord, South Georgia. Meet the North and Eric Guth have traveled extensively in the polar regions with National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions. From Russia, Iceland, Norway and other Arctic nations all the way down to the Antarctic ice, there’s nowhere quite like South Georgia….
We are working with National Geographic Expeditions this week to share some words and images from South Georgia. I was there for the first time this season and Oh la la!!! Sunrise, South Georgia. It’s peaceful but not quiet. Waves lap the shore, penguins call, seals and sea lions squawk and roar. This island gives…
Inspired by @jasperdoest ‘s beautiful post today, may you find a little piece of paradise this weekend. Photo by Eric Guth in Antarctica. Ice, ocean, petrel. It’s been a good week!!
Down at the bottom of the world, we would never survive without her. A home away from home in Antarctic waters. Photo Eric Guth
“We will fall completely in love with the Earth,” says Thich Nhat Hanh. “When we are in love with someone or something, there is no separation between ourselves and the person or thing that we love. We do whatever we can for them and this brings us great joy and nourishment. That is the relationship…