I have so many images to share, so many stories about the great white continent to tell. So here I go. Todays image is just a little “moment” from the Antarctic peninsula, and as you can see, the weather was ever-changing. But is was just adding to the great experience.
I am in my hotel room at EZE airport in Buenos Aires, and hopefully will I get a flight tomorrow since Lufthansa have cancelled my flight due to a strike… (oh joy…) But I guess it will work out, but I have not gotten any info yet.
I have had some time tonight to think about what I have experienced over the last three weeks in the Southern Oceans and Antarctica, a lot to contemplate about, and more to come. So I think I just will show a little image of the first place we visited in Antarctica , the island of Astrolab, with its iconic mountain range, the “Dragons teeth”.
Todays image is from Phu Quoc in Vietnam last year. This paradise island gave one of the worst weather experiences in my life, like this quite wet man on his moped shows.
The answer is Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa. When I went to South Africa last year we had a goal of going up to the cable cart to Table Mountain, but we had to do two attempts because of the weather. And when we finally made it up there, the weather got so bad that we had to evacuate down again. Still a great memory. 🙂
I am home today, and it is strong wind and snowy outside. I could not resist going outside trying to catch a little of the action. It was very cold, but at least I got some shots. I think the best option is to stay inside the rest of the weekend.
It haven’t been all that windy and rainy today, so I could take my drone out for a little spin. It is always a nice experience to see the world from another perspective.
So I took this shoot about an hour ago, and just to try to make people understand how the clouds are forming, and probably some bad weather will hit my hometown soon, so I added the effect of black and white.
Have a good day for the remains of the weekend.
I am sitting in the cafe here at the Muay Thai Camp, and it starts to rain… It refreshing… but so impressive .. and wet 🙂