Looking north from Scott Base to an aurora display over Mt Erebus
The sea ice pressure ridges in front of Scott Base in early summer. Mt Erebus in the background.
Working on the radio repeater on top of Mount Terror at the eastern end of Ross Island. Mount Erebus is to the west in the background.
Near the summit of Mount Erebus on a foggy steamy day.
Black Island as seen from Minna Bluff. Brown Peninsula is on the left, Mount Erebus on the right.
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Waiting on the sea ice route to Cape Evans in McMurdo Sound for a hagglunds to arrive. Tent Island and Mount Erebus in the background.
From Landscapes and Scenery
Mount Erebus glowing in the Antarctic night. The lava in the crater is lighting up the steam from underneath.
The crater of Mount Erebus, the southernmost active volcano in the world
Near one of the volcanic vents just below the summit of Mount Erebus which is steaming away in the background.
Ice fumaroles near the summit of Mount Erebus. Steam coming out of volcanic vents in the ground freezes as it hits the cold air, creating chimneys of ice.
Emperor Penguin and Mount Erebus
Scott Base, Antarctica. Mount Erebus is in the background, the pressure ridges in the ice are from the ice shelf pressing the sea ice against the shore.
From Bases Machines and People
Mount Erebus, as seen from Mount Terror.
Mount Erebus and crevass fields. Mount bird is in the background to the right, and Mount Terra Nova on the right of the picture.
Mount Erebus black & white. McMurdo Station can be seen at the base of the mountain. The snow berms in the foreground are for storing the airfield equipment on over the winter so things don't get buried in the blowing snow.
Looking towards Mount Erebus from the summit of Mount Terror. Ross Island, Antarctica. Mount Bird is to the right at the northern end of the island.
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Ross Island Sunrise.
Looking across the McMurdo Ice Shelf to Ross Island and Mount Erebus.
A pisten bully vehicle traverses the Ice.
Mount Erebus as seen from the pressure ridges in front of Scott Base
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Mount Erebus at night, the world's southernmost active volcano.
From Auroras and Night Scapes
McMurdo Staion (left) and Scott Base (right) as seen from the Ross Ice Shelf. Mt Erebus is in the Background.
D8 bulldozer parked outside Scott Base in August, the noon glow behind Mount Erebus to the north.
Shackleton's Hut at Cape Royds at the end of winter.
Mount Erebus, Antarctica's active volcano letting off smoke. The lights of McMurdo Station and Scott Base can be seen in the foreground.