There are these rare moments, when you feel you're lucky to have a camera strapped around your neck at all times. (click on any photo to enlarge it and enjoy its full beauty). I was up on the deck of our icebreaker during my recent trip to Antarctica. It was evening, and the sun was low on the horizon. Naturally, everyone focused on the mountains and how large and imposing they looked.
What I like about these trips is that everywhere you look, there's something you'll want to remember (I guess that's what my kids think when they walk in Disneyland, but that's not what I mean.) From the biggest mountain to the tiniest floating piece of ice, the Antarctic ocean is full of breathtaking views.
To see more pictures of the wonders of light and ice in Antarctica, read my post Antarctica: Sea and Sun and Ice