Arctic

You Think I'm Sexy? - Polar Bear Version - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

When I saw the polar bear in this pose, I knew the title to the post.

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Sexy-Pose-Polar-Bear-Laying-Hell-Gate-Canada-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

As if the universe wants to make absolute sure that I have the right inspiration (ahem… being kicked in the right direction), I met a person. While conversing about his career, he disclosed that he once made a certain something (the specifics omitted for irrelevance to this post) for Rod Stewart. For who knows what the reason, he then followed “Do you know who Rod Stewart is?” Giving a polite nod, I tried my darndest to hold back Rod Stewart and his ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy’”: She sits alone waiting for suggestions … …

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Sexy-Pose-Polar-Bear-Sitting-Hell-Gate-Canada-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

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Post Holiday Illustration by Polar Bear - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

For many of us in this world, we just came out of a “holiday season”, a.k.a., holiday marathon. All that partying, dining, and skipping sleep finally caught up with us. We feel that we need a holiday after the holiday.

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When we met this polar bear, he just finished a big meal. Not sure if he partied as hard as we did. I felt that I can relate to him though, especially after not one, not two, but too many good and rich meals. I thought I found a language that I can communicate with the King of the Arctic.

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Polar-Bear-After-Meal-Hell-Gate-Ellesmere-Island-Nunavut-Canada-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

Question for you: what is polar bear’s skin color?

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How Many Icebergs are Enough? - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

“What are you going to do with all these photographs of icebergs?” It didn’t take long before our zodiac driver noticed my obsession with icebergs and photographing them.

Everything we know about icebergs is fascinating. That they are made of glacial ice of maybe more than 15,000 years old… That they are snow that were compressed, taking air and sediment along with them, making them history “frozen” in time. That they roll and turn and reveal many facets, telling us where they’ve been or what they’ve encountered. That “the tip of an iceberg” is truly only about 1/8 of the berg that we see…

To me, an iceberg is a unique individual that carries with her a wealth of stories waiting for the discerning eyes to learn, before it disappears into the vast ocean. So, how do I describe each iceberg’s unique qualities when all someone sees is quantity?

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