Heading South from the tip of South America, we crossed, an oddly calm, Drake Passage and continued down into the Antarctic Peninsular. We had a number of sea days with no land in sight, but much bird and marine life to observe between painting sessions.
Once into the Antarctic Peninsular Icebergs drifted by as we passed through unimaginably spectacular scenery
Scientists from one of the research stations boarding the Zaandam for lectures
Argentine research station
Chilean research station – surrounded by penguins
Our painting room on the Zaandam had huge windows, so as we worked, we could watch the landscape drift by.