Online Print Shop

April 30, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I am beyond excited to launch my new Charmed Planted Photography Online Print shop where you can purchase posters, fine art prints, acrylics, vivid metal prints and more! To celebrate my new site and to celebrate moms, today through Sunday enter the coupon code ilovemom at checkout to take 20% of your entire purchase. That's something to celebrate...
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Pressure Ridges- Mother Natures creation

January 31, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
In 1841 on expedition to determine the location of the South magnetic pole, James Clark Ross, leader of the Royal Navy, and his team discovered one of the largest ice shelves in the world. Ice shelves are thick plates of ice that are continually formed by glaciers. The Ross Ice Shelf is hundreds of feet thick with nearly 400 miles of vertical ic...
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Denise Donnell: Mom and Commander

January 11, 2015  •  1 Comment
“The sense of being part of something bigger than yourself, whether it is the National Science foundation or the New York Air National Guard, is a pretty incredible feeling and one of the best things I have got out of being in the military,” says the colonel, wife, and mother of two who likes to play LEGOs with her kids and has chased pirates in th...
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Carolyn Kierans a Long Duration Balloonist

December 27, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Off the shores of McMurdo Station, Antarctica, built upon the Ross Ice Shelf, stands the United States Antarctic Program's Long Duration Balloon Facility. In the shadows of Mt. Erebus (the world's southern most active volcano), teams of scientists are working around the clock of the austral summer to launch balloons into the atmosphere in support o...
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Tobias Summerhayes a badass woman of the Antarctic

December 07, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Sitting on top of a flatbed cargo delta with chevron tires larger than most small cars is a water tank, on top of that are Tobi and I looking out at the Royal Society mountain range with mount discovery glowing in the mid night light. We chatted about life at McMurdo Station while sipping coffee, waiting for the 1,000 gallon water tank to fill.
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Katy House a Diesel mechanic in Antarctica

November 13, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Leaving work one afternoon in Spokane, Washington, Katy House's boss asked her if she would be interested in taking a job in Antarctica as a diesel mechanic at the vehicle maintenance facility at McMurdo Station. "You want me to go where? I can’t go to Antarctica," responded Katy. "Why can’t you go to Antarctica?" asked her boss Mark. Well, why can...
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