Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Diving the Icy Blue Waters of Antarctica for Blue Planet II


This week’s video is from global ocean community OceanX.  One of the landmark moments in the documentary series Blue Planet II was the world’s first manned submersible dive 1000 meters below the surface in Antarctica. Waiting in the water in full Scuba gear to record that historic moment was Hugh Miller, who first started his career with the BBC over a decade ago when he was working at the local aquarium as a tour guide. In this behind-the-scenes video from Blue Planet II, follow Hugh as he negotiates freezing temperatures, leopard seals, and giant icebergs, all in search of the shot that will help humans understand the awesome beauty of our blue planet.

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