As I write this, I’m headed South to finish off 2018 and start 2019 with a voyage to Antarctica as the National Geographic photographer aboard the Lindblad/NatGeo ship “National Geographic Explorer”. It will be my fifth trip to Antarctica, and as always, I travel to the white continent with a great sense of excitement for the photographic potential, and for the chance to spend time in such a spectacular part of our planet. Since wintery scenes always seem so appropriate for a holiday greeting, I’ve chosen one of my favorite images from a past Antarctica trip and will share its story with you here.
I’ll be sharing brand new work from this Antarctica trip on my Social channels (IG: @TimLaman, FB: TimLamanPhoto), so please follow along. In case you would like to see more of my past work from Antarctica, we have also just uploaded a new gallery to my Fine Art website, www.timlamanfineart.com, so please enjoy the gallery. We’ll be adding new galleries all year long of both my favorite archival images as well as new work, so check in once in a while, and thanks for your support.
Here is wishing you all a more peaceful world in 2019 where we collectively put a higher priority on taking care of our beautiful planet, and being more kind to each other!
Warm regards from Antarctica,