A new exhibition from photographer Roger Slade featuring images of Antarctica taken on over 20 different expeditions is being held at the Discovery Point Café Gallery in Dundee.
The exhibition called Travels to Present Day Antarctica depicts the cold landscape of the last great wilderness on Earth, and ties in with Dundee’s history as the home of Captain Scott’s research ship RRS Discovery.
Over 40 eye catching images are featured in the exhibition including pictures of the Antarctic Peninsula, the South Shetland Islands and also the sub Antarctic islands of South Georgia and the Falklands.
It aims to give an insight into what life is like on the coldest, highest, windiest and remotest continent on the planet.
A former geography teacher and education consultant, Roger has worked as a full time photographer for some years.
Each Antarctic summer, he is employed by a company and works as a photographer, Zodiac driver and lecturer.
*Travels to Present Day Antarctica – Roger Slade
January 25 to April 13