David Clow has assembled a stunning series of photographs taken during his most memorable January 2006 journey to Antarctica. It was a 3 week cruise aboard a converted Russian research ship, the Professor Multinovsky. The 42 passenger vessel circumnavigated 4000 nautical miles around the Scotia Sea. The expedition sailed from Ushuaia, Argentina, and made stops in the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, Elephant Island, and the South Shetland Islands, before cruising down the Antarctic Archipelago.
David has been an amateur photographer for more than 40 years. His interests range from wildlife to sports to architecture to portrait/human figure. He sells his work when requested but hasn’t quit his day job just yet. He has won several awards in the Canadian Geographic Photo Contest, as well as an award in the Canadian Association of Photographic Art [CAPA] AV Show Competition. His pictures have been published in Remax Realtor Magazine, Canadian Camera (CAPA), and Canadian Geographic (The Best of Canadian Wildlife).