With a big pleasure, I am supporting Eric Larsen’s #IcePhoto Wednesday on Twitter. Today is Wednesday. So, here we go!
Today I am presenting images from Silvertip Expedition & Diving Management‘s 2011 March trips to Antarctica with Oceanwide Expeditions.
See more ice diving photographs.
What is Silvertip Expedition & Diving Management?
Specialist services to the expedition and media industries. Education about the conservation of the natural world and our living oceans. Sponsors of the free online magazine WAVEFORM.
Who is Eric Larsen?
Eric Larsen is a Polar explorer, who, in November 2009 Polar, began the Save the Poles Expedition a first-ever journey to the South Pole, North Pole and summit of Mt. Everest in a continuous 365-day period. His purpose? To travel to the “front lines” of global warming to document the changes occurring in these last great frozen places.
“This expedition will tell the story of these remote places so we can better understand how our actions affect the poles and ultimately the planet,” Larsen says. “We all need to be reminded that we must act now to stop global warming.”
Btw, Eric Larsen is the person we listed in blog’s Cold-Related People & Projects and recommend him to follow.
- It’s #IcePhoto Wednesday with Polar Explorer Eric Larsen
- Johan Ernst Nilson’s other “Last great adventure” – Pole 2 Pole
- Sir David Attenborough’s documentary “Frozen Planet”
- Photo Report: Cold Science Experiments in Antarctica
- Chris Foot’s solo unsupported, unassisted walk from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole