Breath-Taking photography project shows stunning delicacy of polar regions
These are the stunning images of some of the polar ice caps’ most endangered regions.
Camille Seaman’s shots include poignant images of the likes of polar bears, penguins and melting ice shelves.
The works feature in Camille’s latest book, ‘Melting Away’, which the photographer has been working on since 2003.
Released on December 2, the book features images from the Arctic and Antarctic.
Through the images, which are made up of greys and blues, the photographer said she was hoping to create a sense of beauty, but also sadness.
They help highlight the delicacy of the areas – looking to draw attention to the consequences of global warming.
Other locations California-based Camille, 45, visited included Alaska, Greenland, Svalbard, Arctic Russia and Arctic Norway.
Camille, TED senior fellow, said: “I want people to have a personal moment with the images.
“Some feel fear, or awe, others see beauty and sadness.
“I want them to feel something that will hopefully inspire the start of a relationship with this planet.
“The images have a range of responses – some still do not think climate change is anything we should be concerned with.
“Others are thankful I have shown them something they might not ever witness themselves.”