• Photographer
    Kouta Takahashi
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention

In 1912, Nobu Shirase, a Japanese explorer, attempted to reach the South Pole on a dogsled, but gave up at 80°05′ south latitude. From that point, the modern-day adventurer Masatatsu Abe pioneered a previously unexplored route and dreams of reaching the South Pole on foot alone. A challenge that transcends nearly 100 years. What motivates them to go on an adventure?

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