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Photographer Alex Bernasconi’s journey by a Antarctic in photos

November 24th, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • Images uncover some of a world’s many distinguished wildlife in serious climates from elephant seals to aristocrat penguins
  • Award-winning Italian photographer, Alex Bernasconi, gathered a overwhelming images of his speed into a book
  • The photographs exhibit highlights such as an ice arch nearby Paulet Island and icebergs in Erebus and Terror Gulf

Georgia Diebelius For Mailonline

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Facing temperatures as low as -90 degrees C, one photographer has prisoner a monumental beauty of wildlife and inlet in some of a harshest environments on Earth.

Alex Bernasconi has trafficked a universe capturing images of mom inlet during her best, and now has gathered some of his many overwhelming photographs into book, Blue Ice. 

The images, taken in Antarctica and South Georgia and a South Sandwich Islands, uncover a planet’s implausible icebergs and cold waters – that are home to some of a many considerable and singular wildlife, from elephant seals to czar penguins. 

Award-winning Italian photographer, Bernasconi, took a striking, roughly cinematic images of his speed around a southernmost continent and site of a South Pole. The 204-page collection has been published by Papadakis, as a follow adult to his initial book, Wild Africa, that was expelled in 2010.

Images embody shots of a unusual ice arch nearby Paulet Island and an iceberg in Erebus and Terror Gulf that is pronounced to be suggestive of a Navajo Indian with headdress on.

Here are only a few of a monumental panoramas featured in a book divulgence a fantastic beauty of a landscape made by a impassioned climate.

A smashing arch in an iceberg nearby Paulet Island - that is stoical of lava flows capped by a dust cone with a tiny limit crater. Geothermal feverishness keeps tools of a island ice-free, and it is believed that a volcano was final active within a final 1,000 years

A smashing arch in an iceberg nearby Paulet Island – that is stoical of lava flows capped by a dust cone with a tiny limit crater. Geothermal feverishness keeps tools of a island ice-free, and it is believed that a volcano was final active within a final 1,000 years

This event in St Andrews Bay - that is plentiful with wildlife - sees an elephant sign confronting a aristocrat penguin as they symbol their ground

This event in St Andrews Bay – that is plentiful with wildlife – sees an elephant sign confronting a aristocrat penguin as they symbol their ground

Gentoo penguins mount high on an ice-capped island in Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, that was initial charted by Adrien de Gerlache in 1897

Gentoo penguins mount high on an ice-capped island in Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, that was initial charted by Adrien de Gerlache in 1897

A cluster of King penguins mount together off of Salisbury Plain in South Georgia - a area is famous for its 200,000 penguins

A cluster of King penguins mount together off of Salisbury Plain in South Georgia – a area is famous for its 200,000 penguins

Mountains mount hidden in cloud in Bransfield Strait, Antarctica, that is named after a British naval officer who was one of a initial to see a continent of Antarctica when sailing from a South Shetland Islands in 1820

Mountains mount hidden in cloud in Bransfield Strait, Antarctica, that is named after a British naval officer who was one of a initial to see a continent of Antarctica when sailing from a South Shetland Islands in 1820

Chinstrap penguins - a tiny class that inhabits a Antarctic Ocean - mount on an iceberg in a Southern Ocean

Chinstrap penguins – a tiny class that inhabits a Antarctic Ocean – mount on an iceberg in a Southern Ocean

This picture of an iceberg in Erebus and Terror Gulf - that is pronounced to be suggestive of a Navajo Indian with headdress on - can be found in photographer, Alex Bernasconi's new book Blue Ice

This picture of an iceberg in Erebus and Terror Gulf – that is pronounced to be suggestive of a Navajo Indian with headdress on – can be found in photographer, Alex Bernasconi’s new book Blue Ice

Lemaire Channel (pictured) was detected by a Belgian Adrien de Gerlache on a Belgica in 1898 and named after Charles Lemaire who explored a Congo though never visited Antarctica. It is a stable channel, that is some-more like a lake than a inclement southern ocean

Lemaire Channel (pictured) was detected by a Belgian Adrien de Gerlache on a Belgica in 1898 and named after Charles Lemaire who explored a Congo though never visited Antarctica. It is a stable channel, that is some-more like a lake than a inclement southern ocean

Adélie penguins on a ice in Antarctic Sound. Antarctic Sound was detected in 1902 by a Swedish South Polar Expedition on a Antarctic underneath a authority of Otto Nordenskjöld

Adélie penguins on a ice in Antarctic Sound. Antarctic Sound was detected in 1902 by a Swedish South Polar Expedition on a Antarctic underneath a authority of Otto Nordenskjöld

Cave iceberg, Brown Bluff - a tuya located during a northern tip of a Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. It shaped in a past million years

Cave iceberg, Brown Bluff – a tuya located during a northern tip of a Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. It shaped in a past million years

Blue Ice by Alex Bernasconi published by Papadakis (RRP £30), accessible in bookstores and online during thegmcgroup.com

Blue Ice by Alex Bernasconi published by Papadakis (RRP £30), accessible in bookstores and online during thegmcgroup.com

 

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