The Southern Ocean is an uncharted realm in perpetual flux - at once maze and windy veil - a transition zone that separates Antarctica physically and climatically from the rest of the planet. Every austral winter, its freezing constitutes the single largest natural event on the surface of the earth. Taken in the sunlit night hours, the images in Frozen Midnight Sea evoke an illusory and often chaotic sphere beyond our knowing.


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