Golden paradise


Early whalers to the Antarctic Peninsula aptly named Paradise Bay as a place of splendour and respite from the terrors of the Drake Passage. As we were leaving Paradise Bay for the challenges of the passage, we were treated to a brilliant sunset draped over this amazing landscape.

Paradise Bay, Antarctica

Nikon D3S, AF-S Nikkor 28–300mm f/3.5–5.6G ED VR lens at 190mm, 1/4000, f14, ISO 500; B+W UV(0) filter; exposure compensation –1 EV; handheld

by Dominic Barrington, New South Wales