Convention Speaker Amos Chapple Out in the Cold

A woman walks over an ice-encrusted bridge in Yakutsk Village of Oymyakon, which is considered to be the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world. Image (c) Amos Chapple

While we enjoy a (mostly) warm and (often) dry summer in New Zealand, Amos Chapple – one of the featured speakers for the PSNZ National Convention in May – has been photographing the coldest village on earth. Check out this story in the Daily Mail, and more via the convention website page about Amos.

And don’t forget to register for the convention so you can see and learn from Amos Chapple in person. Take advantage of the early bird pricing, which is available only up to the end of February.

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