Saturday, December 30, 2006

More To Come

Dear Friends, I`m travelling in Chile, on the slow route home. I have many great photos yet to post so watch this space sometime after January 5th, 2007. Art and I took many photos in the Gerlache and Neumayer Passages. The day was quite different from the brilliant, cloudless day when we arrived. This one was misty and dramatic. I´ll get to it soon. DAVID

13 Comments:

Blogger sew miaow said...

Looking forward to seeing those photos. Safe journey and Happy New Year to all explorers!

12/31/06, 3:48 PM  
Anonymous gledwood said...

Hi I came across this via my French friend Mousie's blog... I like it so much I put a link str8 away on mine 2u. All the best with all you do
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2007
Gledwood
(http://gledwood.tripod.com/blog)

12/31/06, 3:54 PM  
Blogger Suzi-k said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR, and enjoy the rest of your trip! Waiting with bated breath for the new pix! And as this year progresses, hopefully also pix of some awesome glass works resulting from the trip!

1/1/07, 7:52 AM  
Blogger Devdas said...

So it's all over? In your opinion, what have you gained from the Antarctica experience?

1/1/07, 4:29 PM  
Blogger Mousie said...

I discovered your blog...oh dear...feel as if I was coming back from a great travel...it was so nice to watch animals, landscapes, people, ice sculptures...to live near you...I add the address of your blog on mine, people must see it...thank you for this marvellous trip...
all the best from Mousie

1/2/07, 8:56 PM  
Blogger Alto2 said...

Thank you for sharing your incredible journey. Safe travels home and Happy New Year to you.

1/3/07, 12:56 PM  
Blogger crpitt said...

Having just watched my dad count his £2 coin collection for his Antarctic trip, i feel i have to leave a comment. I will be forwarding this blog to him.
Cheers
Claire

1/4/07, 9:37 PM  
Blogger Ray-Ray said...

LOVE your photos! can't wait to see more!

THANKS so much for SHARING!!!!!!

1/4/07, 11:43 PM  
Blogger Kaye for Zing Pictures said...

I noticed today that the UK's National Environment Council and the British Antarctic Survey are offering what look to be fellowships similar to David's for artists and writers to travel to the continent.

I've enjoyed reading your blog; admire you for your stamina and find the photos and the art you've created so far refreshing and inspiring.

1/8/07, 2:07 AM  
Blogger mrsnesbitt said...

Wow! Also just found the blog and will visit again! Just off to look at the fantastic photos!

D

1/11/07, 9:08 AM  
Blogger Rand Launer said...

Thank you Sir Glass....
I dutifully and happily
followed every day.
I thought of you when we had a
1/4 inch of ice on the dog
dish this morning.
A beautifull story.
I hope to see you at Lees's next music party.

Rand Launer....Wavepainter

1/15/07, 12:52 AM  
Blogger SusanE said...

What an experience. It must have been a great adventure.

1/17/07, 12:12 PM  
Blogger Jonathan said...

Great job! I hope you have a flawless return home and find the inspiration to write more and work on your project!

1/19/07, 1:23 PM  

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