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LUC HARDY

Procession d'icebergs

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Meandering around icebergs is like walking through an Impressionist painter?s retrospective. The fleeting impression of light is created by the subtle changes in the atmosphere. Infinite variations of form, one more gracious than the next. The colors blend and evolve in perfect harmony as the crystals reflect the sun. Unlike sea ice, which is frozen water, icebergs are composed of compressed snow: snowfall that has piled up over thousands of years, eventually compacting under its own weight into a pure, white, freshwater ice. The crystalline structure contains billions of trapped compressed-air bubbles ? residues of ancient atmospheres. In the spring, icebergs are released from surrounding frozen sea and start moving on their own ? extraordinarily unique shapes create a floating sculptural exhibition. The transformation continues as they melt and fracture into flocks of smaller iceberg in the heat of the summer sun.' Luc Hardy, July 2008.

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A Franco-American adventurer alternating between France and the United States, Luc Hardy is passionate about expeditions to distant lands. His curiosity for the world and his taste for adventure, born on the family farm in Brittany, later matured in the remotest of countries and is now affirming itself through a decisive and exacting photographic style. When he is not resting in his tepee in Connecticut, he pursues his passion, travelling frequently all over the world, taking photographs or reporting on distant lands, often for international charities. A member of the New York Explorers\' Club, Luc Hardy has undertaken a number of scientific expeditions in the polar regions and is the author of Antarctic Adventure (2005), Greenland – Impressions (2007), and Arctic – Transitions (2008). The profits from the sale of these photos are paid to environmental organisations Pax Arctica and Green Cross International, the NGO founded by Mikhail Gorbachev .  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

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