Southern Light

Photography of Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falkland Islands

By (author): Dave Brosha
Foreword by: Joe McNally, Curtis Jones
ISBN 9781771604253
Hardcover | Publication Date: September 3, 2021
Book Dimensions: 10 in. x 10 in.
280 Pages

About the Book

Photographer Dave Brosha’s follow up to Northern Light accentuates the beautiful, fragile, and remote landscapes of Earth’s southernmost regions.

When one thinks of the most remote place on Earth, Antarctica is a strong candidate for many people. It’s a remarkably isolated place, a place with some of the harshest weather systems on the planet, and a place that is both prohibitively expensive and logistically challenging to travel to. Despite this challenging persona, Antarctica is home to some of the most stunning beauty on the planet – home to an abundance of thriving and diverse wildlife populations and incredibly dramatic landscapes.

In this collection of photographs from Antarctica and it’s geographic neighbours, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands, respected nature and portrait photographer and writer, Dave Brosha, turns his attention to documenting one of the “ends of the Earth” in the hope of bringing attention and focus to one of our world’s most pristine and beautiful areas.

About the Author(s)

Dave Brosha has had exhibitions of his work in the Northwest Territories and elsewhere in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Spain and Germany. His images have appeared in Photo Life, Practical Photography, Canadian Geographic, Maclean’s, The Independent (UK), The Globe and Mail, The Sunday Telegraph, China News, The Guardian, Tehran Times, Montreal Gazette, Outdoor Photographer and many more. Dave has published two books of photography: Northern Light: The Arctic and Subarctic Photography of Dave Brosha and Southern Light: Photography of Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falkland Islands. In addition to having lived in numerous places throughout northern Canada for much of his life, Dave has travelled extensively throughout the provinces and territories of his native country and numerous countries abroad. He and his family live in New Dominion, Prince Edward Island.