pole of inaccessibility: a photographers perspective, the

An epic sailing journey seen through the lens of wildlife photographer George Karbus.

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1 x 15'

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WaterBear Network





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Launching from the UK and sailing via Madeira and the Azores archipelago, adventurers duo, the Turner Twins, are on a mission to reach the Atlantic “Pole of Inaccessibility'' - the area in the Atlantic Ocean which is the furthest away from land in any direction. Sailing a 100% emission-free 40ft yacht, the twins are aiming to reach this geographic location with the support of three additional crew members - amongst them is Nikon Ambassador George Karbus. Whilst at sea for 21 days, they will conduct a plastic survey for the Plymouth University Marine Litter Research Unit.

In this short doc, we take you behind the scenes of this unique expedition, seen through the lens of an inspiring wildlife photographer, as he ponders on our relationship with the ocean and how photography can deepen our connection to nature

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