Jeff Orlowski’s book Chasing Ice is known for describing the bold and adventurous efforts of a scientist named James Balogh and his research team in extreme ice and snow investigations, where “extreme” refers to their efforts on the ice. When global warming warnings are gossiped about and spread as “junk science”, the science here relies on the appearance of actual observations. When evolutionists who oppose evolution (incorrectly) say that no one has seen evolution, scientists are now seeing climate change at an alarming rate.
This is a movie for skeptics, who said, “We don’t have enough information. James Balogh has directed many stories and movies for National Geographic, usually about endangered species. This time, it’s better than most People worry more. During expeditions to Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, and Montana, his team took still images, anchored them, and protected them from the harsh winter weather. Some of them have been destroyed. And returned with improved facilities, using complex methods to adjust the camera layout in the dazzling white light in the changing ice scene. It uses a revolutionary time-lapse camera, and its design goal is only one: to capture the world’s glacier changes for up to a year.
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Understanding Flash Photography: How to Shoot Great Photographs Using Electronic Flash
Understanding Flash Photography: How to Shoot Great Photographs Using Electronics is a guide to on- and off-camera flash picks up wherever Peterson’ previous title, Understanding Exposure, left off--helping free photographers from the constraints of automotive vehicles to induce the pictures they need once natural light isn’t enough.
Dried and Dusted
The West Bengal state of India has always been known for its rich culture and diversity. This innate taste and style is reflected in their dishes too. Their cuisine is essentially. A lot of its flavours and masala mixes have been handed down from over a thousand years and Bengalis to this day retain those recipes which make them truly “shonar Bangla” dishes.
Old is Gold
Mushroom Cloud Over Nagasaki, Lieutenant Charles Levy | 1945
Chasing Ice (2012)
Director: Jeff Orlowski Music director: J. Ralph Producers: Jerry Aronson, Jeff Orlowski Cinematography: Jeff Orlowski
Old is Gold
Untitled Film Still 21, Cindy Sherman | 1978
Extraordinary Everyday Photography: Awaken Your Vision to Create Stunning Images Wherever You Are
Night Photography and Light Painting: Finding Your Way in the Dark by Lance Keimig
Old is Gold
Falling Man (2001) by Richard Drew
Bengal is known as a land of festivities, where religious ceremonies outnumber the months in the calendar.
Dining in the Desert
After exploring the natural beauty and history of the Southwestern deserts, retreat to a historic oasis in Death Valley for fine dining and renewal.
Cruise amid the remote beauty of Greenland.
Into the Denmark Strait
A bristlingly cold gale whipped across the silvery North Atlantic and up the narrow fjord.
Riding on Thin Ice
Greenland is hoping to ramp up its adventure tourism with outdoor pursuits like mountain biking. But can—and should—its small coastal communities handle a boatload of tourists?
Greenland's Hostile Wilderness Becomes A New Front In The Trade War
Greenland’s hostile wilderness becomes a new front in the trade war.
Arctic Could See More Rain Than Snow As Early As 2050
The Arctic is expected to see more rainfall than snow decades earlier than previously thought, new research has found.
Tour guide and photographer Rick Tomlinson shares his shots of the wildlife and landscapes of the high Arctic
Living simply and travelling in a considerate manner is the new urgency, says Geetika Jain
Heatwave causes massive melt of Greenland ice sheet
Greenland's ice sheet has experienced a massive melting event during a heatwave that has seen temperatures more than 10 degrees above seasonal norms, according to Danish researchers.
The big picture
THE world’s largest island (home to the world’s largest national park) hit the headlines in 2019 when the 45th US President announced he wanted to buy it. Unfortunately for Donald Trump, the sale didn’t go through (not that the place was ever up for grabs anyway). Fortunately for Greenland, there’s no such thing as bad press.