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.
Shore Ice at Cape Bird. Adelie Penguins can be seen in the background swimming in the ocean feeding.
From Bases Machines and People
From Ice Abstracts
Clip, Antarctica: A Year On Ice, "Room in your house"
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From Antarctica: A Year On Ice Feature Film Extras
Antarctica: A Year On Ice International Trailer
International version of the trailer for Antarctica: A Year On Ice.
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From Video Clips
View from the cockpit of an LC-130 Hercules about to land on the Ice Runway at McMurdo
Looking up at the Barne Glacier, standing on the frozen ocean.
Anthony Powell and a volcanic ice fumarole near the summit of Mount Erebus
Ice Gopher. Anthony Powell.
Sink holes in the ice shelf re-freeze over winter, and when the ice expands as it freezes it causes these mini-volcano shapes to appear.
Looking down on Scott Base, the area where the Ross Ice Shelf joins the sea ice can be clearly seen in the background.
Adelie penguin takes a flying leap
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Near one of the volcanic vents just below the summit of Mount Erebus which is steaming away in the background.
From Landscapes and Scenery
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Icicles on the ceiling of the tunnels under the South Pole Station.
Pressure ridge, Razorback Island
Ice Bubbles. Black Island pond.
Melting shore ice, Hut Point.
Swollen ice from sub-surface melt re-freezing. Ross Ice Shelf.
Barne Glacier face.
Window ice crystal growth.
Panorama looking down the hill to Scott Base and across the Ice Shelf to White Island. Black Island is in the distance on the right, Mount Terror on the left.
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Ross Island Sunrise.
Looking across the Ross Ice Shelf to Ross Island and Mount Erebus.
A pisten bully vehicle traverses the Ice.
Adleie Penguins walking across the sea ice in McMurdo Sound
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Mount Erebus in August about 1 week before the sun rises again at the end of the Antarctic Winter
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Moonlight Landscape, Black Island, Antarctica.
Nacreous Clouds over the melt channels in the ice shelf in front of Black Island, Antarctica.
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Pisten Bullies traversing across the Ross Ice Shelf under the winter full moon. Minna Bluff is in the background.
Pisten Bully vehicles traversing across the Ross Ice Shelf to Black Island in late winter.
Adelie penguins climbing over the wall of ice that has washed up on the shore at Cape Bird, Antarctica.
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Skua flying over the pack ice in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica.
Mount Erebus as seen from the pressure ridges in front of Scott Base
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McMurdo Staion (left) and Scott Base (right) as seen from the Ross Ice Shelf. Mt Erebus is in the Background.
From Auroras and Night Scapes
Vince's Memorial Cross, Hut Point, Ross Island, Antarctica. Aurora Australis in the background. The snow is being lit up from the lights of McMurdo Station.
South Pole Panorama.
On the left is the Geographic South Pole, plus the ceremonial marker. behind it is the dome that housed the old station. The new South Pole Station is the buildings on the right.
Adelie penguins at the base of the glacier at Cape Bird, Ross Island, Antarctica.
Camera mounted to a post set in the ice for part of 4 month long time-lapse project. Recording changes in the sea ice pressure ridges in front of Scott Base in temperatures down to about -60C ambient.
From It's a Harsh Continent
Nacreous or Polar Stratospheric Clouds in the sky above an ice formation in the Scott Base pressure ridges.
Pressure Ridges in front of Scott Base. These form as the sea ice in front of Scott Base is crushed by the advancing Ross Ice Shelf behind it.
Arriving C-17 Plane being guided to a parking spot on the Ice Shelf at the Pegasus Airfield
Passengers arriving into -45 degree temperatures from the first C-17 transport plane after winter.