Taken from over 20 separate expeditions, ‘Travels to Present Day Antarctica’ is a new exhibition from photographer Roger Slade depicting the cold landscape of the last great wilderness on earth.
Featuring over 40 eye-catching images from areas such as the Antarctic Peninsula, the South Shetland Islands and also the sub Antarctic islands of South Georgia and the Falklands this exhibition aims to give a taste of what life is like on the coldest, highest, windiest and most remote continent on our planet.
Roger, a former geography teacher and education consultant, has worked as a full time photographer for a number of years. During each Antarctic summer he works for a company, which runs specialist trips to Antarctica, as a photographer, a lecturer and Zodiac driver.
For more information on Roger’s work please visit his website www.rogersladephoto.co.uk