Photographer Gray Malin traveled 8,092 miles to capture his beautifully poignant series titled Antarctica: The White Continent. Drawn to the natural landscape of this glacier-covered place and the formation of floating icebergs, he used it as a backdrop to raise awareness about climate change. The surreal photographs juxtapose the brilliant white snow, ice, and crystal-blue waters with warm-weather objects. We see beach balls, plastic pink flamingos, and inflatable inner tubes set among different desolate locales.
Prints from the series are available for purchase through Malin’s website, and proceeds will go to support the Climate Reality Project.