In Blue Ice, Don Pinnock journeys to the seventh continent – the last to be discovered. He explores what drew Cook, Belllingshausen, Shackleton, Scott and other adventurers and naturalists to this vast terrain.
A wonderful collection of exquisite photographs and stories.”
~ Getaway, April 2006
With sensitive descriptions and startling photography, he travels into the heart of Antarctica’s wilderness and explores the intimate relationship between Cape Town and the frozen south.
This is an extravagant travelogue, which paints a vivid portrait of one of the most remote and unforgiving places on earth. It reveals the extremes of adventure, courage and unspoilt beauty with precision, humour and a sense of wonder.
“What a beautiful book!”
~ Amanda Patterson, Citizen Vibe, December 2005
“A remarkable book … with startlingly beautiful photos.”
~ Upfront, February, 2006
“This is a rollicking travelogue.”
~ Tiara Walters, Books & Leisure, 2006
“Blue Ice is an absolute gem with superb photography, really dazzling stuff that puts National Geographic in the shade. It is a fluent, rapturous report.”
~ Anthony Wain, Green Print, 2006
“Written in lovingly descriptive prose.”
~ Jacqui Lange, Oprah Magazine
~ James Mitchell, Star Tonight, Jan 2006
“A glorious celebration of one of the last true wilderness areas of the world.”
~ Mandi Smallhorne, Skyways, February, 2006
“Buy this book! You won’t be disappointed.”
~ The Other Guide to Cape Town, February 2006
“Thoughtful, interesting, funny and full of wide-eyed wonder with a collection of beautiful pictures.”
~ Vivien Horler, Cape Argus, December 2005
|Dimensions||24.5 × 17 × 1.5 cm|
Paperback, full colour