Due South: An Antarctic Journal
Signal Books, 2004 - Antarctica - 60 pages
A visual record of a stay in Signy Island, Antarctica, containing sketches, photographs and a written journal. Due South is published to coincide with exhibitions at the Natural History Museum and Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum.
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2003 Signy Island Antarctic Antarctica appears base beach become begin beneath blue Bluff brash ice broken calm carried close cold Coronation Island Cove cover dark deep departure descend distance disturbs drift early enter face fading falling February 2003 Signy field force forms fragmenting frozen fur seals Garnet Hill Glacier Gourlay grey grey waters hard hold ice cap icebergs immense Jane January Lake lamp land landscape lies light look low cloud March mass mind mist moments night North Observation occasionally Once outlines pass Peak penguin Petrel Point polar reach remote ridge rise rock scenes sea ice seen shelter ship sight Signy Island Journal silence silent Sketch slopes snow Soon sound Southern Ocean stand stone storm strange sunlight surface thought Three Valley visibility walk warmth waters weather whale wind window