If it hadn’t been for the expedition photographer, I might not have used my camera much on the days we were at sea. However, at a workshop he gave, he suggested we could capture interesting images at sea by incorporating the ship into the image. We took up the challenge!
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A simple image that I love because it conveys sailing into adventure.
Sunrise sky anchored by the railing of the deck.
Shadows on the deck in front of the bridge.
Two crew members were washing the windows of the library on deck four when I captured this image.
I always like a nice reflection! The reflective surface was one of the windows of the bridge.
Red kayaks, gray sea and sky.
Lifebuoy, rail, and white water.
Nautica in red, white, and blue.
Zodiacs and a beautiful blue sea.
The view through a porthole on deck two on a day when the waves were high.
This mirrored ceiling of the reception area reflected the view through the window.
The roughest seas we encountered were when crossing from South Georgia to the Antarctic peninsula. The only outside area open was the stern section of deck five, which was wet with spray.
Images © Melissa Corcoran.