As my images from Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, continue to stir interest and excitement, I decided to work further on this technique and apply it to a new subject. For this project, I revisited my landscape images from Antarctica, and began using the same Pigeon Forge techniques, but in a more evolved practice. Using Photoshop to selectively alter and exaggerate colors as well as apply astronomical features to the landscapes, I began focusing on capturing that sense of awe and wonderment one feels when visiting Antarctica for the very first time. The images in this portfolio, thus, seek to explore that "other world" feeling that I felt as the ship I traveled on made its way through the icy waters of Antarctica. That sense of having left the world I once knew and entered a whole new world is the concept I hope these images will convey to you. This project also enabled me to further develop my post-processing skills as well as gave me a new perspective on how I may view my past images that I have taken on recent excursions. I hope you enjoy them and would like to hear any thoughts you have. I am also starting to produce large prints of my work, so if you are ever interested in obtaining one, please don't hesitate to ask. Meanwhile, enjoy your day.