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Date archive: December 2014

Sometimes you look back over a year and realise that you achieved more than you thought. That’s what I found reviewing 2014. My first Scottish Tour, which went very well; visiting Spain, Finland, Cyprus and Italy as an EU project member; my first lecture and course at Dillington House in Somerset; and making my first trip to…

Attention all Primary teachers. Start 2015 with our Cool Antarctica talks. We are now taking bookings and our Cool Antarctica talks starts off with a presentation at Manor Park Primary, in Sutton, Surrey on 7th January. The Polar Regions are now included in the English KS1/2 Curriculum. So beat the queues and book your talk…

There are positive and negative aspects to the internet. At its best, it is a most wonderful way to communicate and link with others from across the world. I was particularly delighted to recently catch up again with Dmitriy Lobusov, Captain of the world’s largest and most powerful icebreaker, 50 Let Pobedy or ’50 Years of Victory’. Dmitriy…

Just read that on the BBC website that US scientists have identified the Arctic Ground Squirrel as a culprit in rising methane levels. Methane is a greenhouse gas, and rising levels in our atmosphere cause the ‘greenhouse effect’ raising global temperatures. As the polar permafrost thaws these poor critters are apparently releasing more methane by…

Like lots of small businesses I am thinking ahead to 2015 and new opportunities. 2014 was a reasonable year but I want to present more talks and sell more images in the coming year. New bookings are coming in plus two already for 2016!! I am launching this new advert for 2015, hope you like…

Seasons greetings to all friends, customers and followers of andersonimages. I look forward to working with you all again in 2015. This year’s Christmas image is based on a 2010 shot I took of four Emperor penguin chicks marching off to their morning creche at Snow Hill Island, Antarctica. Yes, they do have creches as…

Antarctica Day was inaugurated in 2010 to celebrate the 1st of December 1959 signature of the Antarctic Treaty,  which was adopted “with the interests of science and the progress of all mankind.” Antarctica Day was initiated by the Foundation for the Good Governance of International Spaces as an annual event to build global awareness of this landmark institution, celebrating this milestone…

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