Sunset of Antarctica
Antarctica is melting, and as temperatures rise more and more enormous icebergs detach and float in the Antarctic current. They travel the waters for months and even years before the disappear. This amazing mega-structure of ice is just the tip of the iceberg. Down below, just above the water, you can see dozens of penguins taking a rest, and a free ride, as the sun sets at the end of a long day.
Author: Roie Galitz (born 1980) is an award-winning wildlife photographer, entrepreneur and educator.
Ambassador for Gitzo, G-Technology, DJI, Wix, and Greenpeace - Arctic and Antarctic.
For over a decade, Roie is exploring and documenting our planet’s wildlife. His photographs get great exposure worldwide, millions of views and frequent appearances in the media (most recently featured in the BBC's Snow Bears film, aired Christmas 2017). It was presented in local and international exhibitions, featured in exclusive magazines and honored with many international awards over the years.