ROFL, Scott. Unfortunately, I must remind you that as ship doctor, the Hippocratic oath prevents you from "volunteering" someone to run the "man overboard" drill in this manner
Well, Scott wouldn't actually have to do it...Seth and would be HAPPY to throw him overboard!. Then Scott can come in and save the poor fellow (or not).
Seriously, anybody who is stupid enough to not realize how special and rare a trip to photograph in Antarctica is (even if it's for second time), is either not telling the truth and therefore being a troll, or is a twisted Republican Bush lover from Texas who simply wants to pretend that Global Warming _IS'T_ wiping out some of the most beautiful and fragile landscape locations on Earth.
To be honest, going to the same place over an over-particularly when it's soooo photographable, is how you develop a complete body of work. While taking _ONE_ trip to Antarctica is a very special treat, going twice gave us all the chance to revisit places-obviously in a different context-and reshoot things we already had the chance to shoot but under different conditions. Not to mention going to completely new places...
How many time has Ansel Adams shot in Yosemite? You think he didn't see things in a "new light" every time he went?
I doubt that I'll every get to the point where I view Antarctica as commonplace, I should be so lucky....but I would love to keep going back (maybe not EVERY year) for the rest of my life. It really is that special. And anybody who doesn't agree is just a big p**py head!!!
[there, I edited out poopy head]