South Georgia – A View from the End of the Earth


Marc Lombardi

In the Southern Ocean, in one of the least populated time zones on earth, lies the remote island of South Georgia.  With images and video clips of mountain landscapes and vast colonies of sea birds and sea mammals, this presentation will explore what it means for “average humans” to go there, to get there, to BE there.  Since 2006 Marc has spent 66 days at sea in the Southern Ocean with a total of 27 days exploring South Georgia, gathering tens of thousands of images, some of very rarely visited locations.  Travels will also include a glimpse of Falkland Islands wildlife and the spectacular landscapes of Antarctica.  Along the way we’ll discuss a bit about the preparation and logistics, as well as the photographic experience

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