THE SPINE OF ANTARCTICA: ANTARCTIC AERIAL

Like a twisted spine, nunataks break the surface of the scratched and scarred, yet otherwise pristine, skin of thick snow and ice that stretches out for an incomprehensibly vast distance of wilderness below the aircraft, as we fly for hours over the breathtakingly beautiful scenery of Antarctica towards Scott Base.

Somewhere over the Ross Dependency, Antarctica
Canon EOS 7D, Sigma 17–50mm f2.8 lens, 1/320, f/8.0, ISO 100, CPL, handheld from the window of an LC130 Hercules

by James Stone