Alison Wright. Icebergs in the French Passage.
Icebergs in the French Passage during the journey from Ushuaia, Argentina. It sailed across the passage to Antarctica.
"In a world so white and pristine, it felt as if I were on another planet. Much of our time was spent bobbing along at sea, avoiding icebergs, some as big as five square miles, which floated by like small countries," said photographer Alison Wright.
Alison Wright, was a New York based documentary photographer, has spent a career capturing the universal human spirit through her photographs and writing. For many of her editorial and commercial projects, Alison traveled to all regions of the globe photographing indigenous cultures and people while covering issues concerning the human condition.
Learn more about Alison at alisonwright.com