Without a doubt, the Antarctic Peninsula is one of the most photogenic locations on Earth. From sprawling, ice-laden bays to hanging glaciers and the wildlife that inhabits it, this area truly is a photographers paradise.
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Some of the most inspiring images we see are made beneath the water’s surface. Photographers like Krystle Wright, Trent Mitchell and Paul Nicklen have brought the underwater world to light with images of the deep that inspire us like none others.
From the white desert of Antarctica to swimming with whales in Tonga or paragliding in Pakistan, Frank Hurley Photography Awards judge Krystle Wright has made a name for herself as one of the world’s best extreme and wilderness photographers.