A Year Since the End of the World, (Bouvetoya)

It’s been a year to the day now since I went to Ushuaia, Terra Del Fuego, getting ready to set sail to the most remote uninhabited island in the world. We spent 33 days at sea in the SubAntarctic Ocean traveling first around Cape Horn, then on on to South Georgia Island and later onto Bouvetoya to be the first of a handful of people to climb the remote volcanic rock and glacier. It was a trip of a lifetime and one we will always remember. Stand by for info on the film which will be out shortly. GoProGentu

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Montreal-born photographer and filmmaker Will Allen is captivated by the spectacular vitality of the underwater world. This fascination has led him to explore some extraordinary locales – from photographing sub-aquatic caves in Mexico, to filming champion surfers in Tahiti (as seen in the 3D IMAX film Ultimate Wave Tahiti). His stunning images of 10-time world champion surfer Kelly Slater have been published in National Geographic. His preferred subject is the beautiful but elusive great white shark.
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