My nanosecond in Antarctica
Going to Antarctica was one of the most mind-blowing, spiritual and incredible experiences I’ve had. To say I was high on life for 10 days would be an understatement. It’s been hard to describe it to people after coming back. One of the most overwhelming thoughts was “this is what this place has looked like for millions of years!” It’s one big cycle of generations of penguins, seals and whales, and they’re not scared, they just look at you with curiosity. It’s a time machine, to a time where innocence existed in the minds of animals towards humanity. It’s heartbreaking at the same time as you feel the elixir of life coursing through you and everything around you. To remember the small, small part of the universe we all are. It’s simply heaven on earth. Not returning at some point in my life seems unfathomable. The memory and the experience, a nanosecond in the universe, will stay with me forever.
Our favourite stylish penguins, the Gentoos.
I wasn’t the only one high on Antarctica, I was there with the wonderful fashion journalist Sofia Hedström.
The full story, the film and lots of images will of course be published later on!