The Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctica.  It was a bucket-list photography trip I had waited so long for.  And it should have been an epic adventure filled with incredible scenery, icebergs, and gazillions of penguins.  While we did have a few amazing days, windy winter weather and ice-blocked waterways made it a challenging journey. On top of that, the universe apparently had other ideas for me, and I ended up quarantined in my cabin for 5 days due to a positive COVID test.  Thank goodness I (as usual) had a bunch of LEGO minifigures with me.  It took quite a bit of ingenuity to come up with backgrounds and props using only what was available in my cabin during my “time-out”, but I managed to come up with this series of images. These are certainly not the best toy photos I’ve ever created, but I was sure happy to have those little minifigs with me – they definitely saved my sanity. 

An escape attempt.
Batman and Thor at the beach.
Delivery time.
Jack navigates through the rough seas.
Plenty of time for hide-and-seek.

P.S. For the record, I did eventually get out and get some “real” toy photographs from the rest of the trip.  I hope to share them soon.