As I continue to readjust to life post-Antarctica, one of my favourite things to do has been to relive the experience through my photographs. My #antarctica365 project has been such an enjoyable experience so far, and I love having an excuse to continue to comb through the thousands of photos I took looking for the many gems. Sometimes I catch myself thinking, "Oh, that one is so good, I should save it for later..." and have to remind myself that I literally have hundreds more amazing photos than I'll be able to post during the year. I hope you have been enjoying this little project, too!
When I set off for Antarctica, I also had in mind that I wanted to take some video footage. This is for a planned artistic collaboration with my amazing colleague and friend Jackie. She gave me the incredible advice to look for and capture textures in the environment, as well as the adorable narrative footage that comes along with taking videos of penguins waddling. As a precursor to our planned collaborative project, I wanted to look through my video clips to see how this could look. Below I have posted the results for you to enjoy! Shout-outs go to my fellow Fellow Kathy for her kayaking prowess, and to the amazing and talented Bean Friend for the beautiful music.