Travel

ANTARCTICA

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Most of us will never get to see Antarctica first-hand, so we’ll have to rely on stunning images from videos like this one to satisfy us.

A continent of extremes that few people will ever get to see firsthand, Antarctica also offers unparalleled beauty above and below the surface.  Franck Fougere was one of those lucky few and brought back with him stunning images of his brief – and chilly – journey to Earth’s limits.

by Franck Fougere in UHD 4 K. With Alban Michon.

Sponsors and partners:
– Shipping Abyssworld-Voyages Plongée d’exception
– Salon International de la Plongée Sous-marine
– diving headlights big blue DiveAvenue
AQUA LUNG France

 

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