For the last few weeks, I’ve been working hard on a new design for the blog, trying to get everything a bit more “future-proof” as I have a few ideas for expanding the scope of the blog in the coming months. I’ve also looked quite a bit into how people navigate the website and I have slightly rearranged a couple of the main sections to reflect that. Each category / country page is now displayed with nice big thumbnails so you can catch up in case you missed some of the posts. I have gone through all the published posts (over 1000 of them) and made sure the images display correctly – some of the old posts have smaller images, but at least now they work well with the text for each post. As always, big changes mean potential for bugs, so if you notice any, let me know in the comments section.
After having gone through all of the posts I’ve published so far, I realised I have many, many photographs which I have not blogged yet so I will make an effort over the coming months to catch up with a lot of the older trips to fill in some of the emptier sections. And I’ll start with this photograph I took during the first evening in Antarctica in December 2012, when after 2 days of sailing across the Beagle Channel we finally saw land.Technical details | Aperture: ƒ/8 | Camera: NIKON D7000 | Focal length: 300mm | ISO: 200 | Shutter speed: 1/200s