Speechless: Nature without music or narration.
Episode 07: Adelie Penguins in a Snowstorm.
Location: Brown Bluff, Antarctica.
Recorded on January 28th, 2012.
I want to share the experiences of visiting these remote locations of outstanding natural beauty by making this series of videos as real as possible.
So I've decided that maybe the best way to do this is strip down the video, with raw footage only, no music, no David Attenborough, no fancy editing and no touching up. As it was on the day.
And maybe, with no one telling you what to think and no music to stir the emotions, maybe it will be quite refreshing, and a lot more real?
Brown Bluff is a tuya located at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. It formed in the past 1 million years, which erupted subglacially within an englacial lake. The volcano's original diameter is thought to have been about 12-15 kilometers, and probably formed by a single vent. Brown Bluff is subdivided into four stages: pillow volcano, tuff cone, slope failure, and hyaloclastite delta and into five structural units.
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