Summer In South Georgia
In Antarctic waters some 1,000 nautical miles from the Falkland Islands, the remote and inhospitable island of South Georgia is one of the most far flung corners of the world.
In late 2015, Scottish photographer and writer Jamie Grant left his home in Glen Lyon to take up the post of Artist in Resident on this remote Island, for the South Georgia Heritage Trust (SGHT). He resided in an abandoned whaling station of Grytviken with other SGHT museum staff, close to the British Antarctic Survey Base at King Edward Point. Joining field biologists on multi-day expeditions on remote peninsulas, Jamie was able to visit areas that most visitors can’t reach.
Join Jamie for a fascinating account of a summer spent on this sub-Antarctic isle in images and words: a unique tale of wildlife, conservation and wilderness at the end of the world.
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