I used to think that a new word was required to describe
the scenery in Antarctica, around the coast it was frequently difficult
to tell where the land ended and the sea began, and sometimes what
was land, glacier, sea-ice or ice berg all blended into a single
continuous flow of features.
"Whitescape" sums it up for me although
that belies the subtlety of the details of the vistas. Everywhere
consists of white and shades of blue, as made by an artist with
a limited palette, and with so much reflection around, there are
no real dark shadows.
Paul Ward - Pentax equipment,
200mm lens, 35mm film, K64.
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