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A voyage to Antarctica by Stuart Miller

A voyage to Antarctica

by Stuart Miller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0958064202, Hardcover)

A Voyage to Antarctica, provides a photographic and written account of a visit to Antarctica on a tourist vessel. The 72-page, hard cover ‘coffee-table’, is the work of Australian Dr Stuart Miller who travelled to the Ross Sea region on the tour ship ’Kapitan Khlebnikov’ in December 2000.

The voyage that Miller took part in had as its focus the emperor penguin colonies that are located along the north-eastern shore of Victoria Land the Ross Sea, although the voyage also visited sub-Antarctic Macquarie, Campbell and Auckland Islands.

The book’s photographs and text reflects the author/photographer's interest in wildlife. Although he is a surgeon by profession, Miller is also a professionally-trained photographer who has won awards in Australia for his wildlife photography.

(retrieved from Amazon Sun, 30 Aug 2015 01:16:17 -0400)

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