This is the final in my series of blog entries on Antarctic travel. Everything about extreme travel in Antarctica requires detailed planning. You will certainly want to document your journey, for yourself, and probably for sponsors. You should certainly contact people who have undertaken such an adventure before for advice. Light weight and robust are certainly major considerations. But simplicity, ease of use, and redundancy come in next. Things that work perfectly every time in normal conditions will suddenly stop working on the Antarctic plateau and there will nothing more frustrating than not being able to do anything about it.
Antarctica has many challenges for the adventurous. In the last few years there has been an addition to the adventure category, softer adventures. This...
brrr. I get frostbite just reading and seeing your photos. I have an old friend, another very successful stock specialist who shoots only in the arctic or is it antarctic... not sure, but to me, it's the same... both frigging too cold for me, lol. but I 'd love to be able to visit and shoot in climate like that, if only I get a blood transfusion to warm my blood up another 98.6 degree, lol
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