Approaching Tristan da Cunha
Etching, Edition of 10, mounted 52 x 39cm
The volcanic island of Tristan da Cuhna lies in the South Atlantic, 1500 miles west of South Africa. It is the most remote inhabited island on Earth with a population of under 300. This image derives from photographs snatched while working on the British Antarctic Survey’s research ship the James Clark Ross as it approached the island for a brief visit while in transit from the Southern Ocean back north to the UK.