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Majestic & Artistic Photographs Of The Rarely Seen Antarctic
By Loke Shi Ying, 19 May 2013
Italian photographer Enzo Barracco has shot some spectacular photographs of icebergs, which he took on his self-funded trip to the Antarctic.
Barracco is known for his fashion and portrait work, but after reading a book by British explorer Ernest Shackleton, he was inspired to take a trip there himself.
"Normally only 'science people' go there," says Barracco. "I wanted to photograph the landscape in an artistic way."
The result of Barracco’s month-long trip in the Antarctic region, where he took most of his pictures on a tiny rubber boat, are these majestic shots of icebergs—they were on show at the Royal Geographical Society earlier this year, as well as in Paris.
[via Creative Review]
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