Cape Horn & Return to Ushuaia

Feb 05, 2018 - National Geographic Explorer

Our journey to the Antarctic has truly been a story we will share for the rest of lives. But no story is complete without an ending. We found our ending here, as we glimpsed Cape Horn, were guided by our skilled pilot in the Beagle Channel, and lastly set our eyes again upon Ushuaia.

Our story, like all stories, features another important caveat: change. Journeys change those who partake in them. Like those who came before us, we have witnessed the land of icebergs, glaciers, and mountains. We have been changed and shaped by this continent like the ice that forms then crumbles, eventually melting only to re-form again and again.

The above pictures and captions reflect not only our return, but how we have come to finish our story. For we have dove and emerged from the depths below with the knowledge of what lies in the deep.

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Kayvon Malek

Undersea Specialist

In 2011 Kayvon’s life changed when he took his first breath underwater. After signing up for a SCUBA course on a whim while studying at the University of California, Santa Cruz he soon shifted his major and focus in life. He graduated in 2015 after studying Environmental Studies and Biology, focusing on marine conservation. By that time, he was an AAUS certified Scientific Diver aiding in field research, a NAUI Divemaster, and had begun working at the Monterey Bay Aquarium sharing the wonder of the ocean that captivated him four years prior.

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