Sunrise over sea ice and Coronation Island, South Orkneys, Antarctica
Nearly 40 minutes after sunrise and the sun has risen sufficiently to light the sea ice with what is still warm light. In one of those fortunate occurrences the sun has managed to find the gap in the clouds just as it is poised above the distant tabular iceberg. Fortunate because with the ship at anchor there is relatively little scope for changing the view point. This was almost the last shot of the morning and it was time to go and warm the hands with a mug of tea. Taken with Canon 5Diii and 17-40 mm f/4 lens at 20 mm. Exposure was 1/125 sec at f/10; ISO 100.