Scott Base, Mount Erebus, and melt pools forming in the sea ice in front of the base in late summer.
Melt PoolWeddellsealScott BaseErebusPanosea ice
Zodiac and bergs on the Antarctic Peninsula
Reflections in the calm waters of the Antarctic Peninsula as seen from the deck of the Lindblad Nat Geo Orion.
Barne Glacier face in late winter. Much of the normally visible vibrant blue ice has been covered by blowing snow.
Checking a crack in the sea ice near Cape Royds in late winter when the sun has just begun to return to the sky. Note the displacement of the vehicle tracks on either side of the crack in the ice since the previous crossing.
Mount Erebus as seen from the sea ice in McMurdo Sound.
Mount Erebus as seen from the sea ice of McMurdo Sound in late winter as the sun returns. B&W
Cape Evans Hut Pano 2
Auroras light up the clouds above Scott Base.
The noon twilight at the start of May at Scott Base
Looking north from Hut Point after the sea ice has broken out.
Picket fence aurora above the Hillary Field Center building at Scott Base.
Twilight returning to the daytime sky at Scott Base in late winter.
Polar stratospheric nacreous clouds above Scott Base and Mt Erebus in late winter.
The sun returning to Scott Base after the long winter darkness.
Panoramic view of Scott Base on a fine winter day
The sea ice pressure ridges in front of Scott Base in early summer. Mt Erebus in the background.
Under the awnings at Discovery Hut. Stitched HDR panorama photo.
The back room at Discovery Hut, from Scott's 1902 expedition.
Stitched HDR panorama made up of approx 10x HDR photos that were 5x bracketed and stacked photos each, so a total of about 50 photos.
Scott Base hagglunds returning across the sea ice after a trip to Cape Royds
US and NZ hagglunds vehicles on the sea ice of McMurdo Sound in late winter.
Panoramic view of an iceberg stuck in the new sea ice at Cape Evans at the end of winter. Mt Erebus in the background.
Winter twilight at Cape Evans, looking North as the sun begins to return after the dark winter months.
A lone zodiac out among the icebergs on an overcast day on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Glacier face and caves on the Antarctic Peninsula taken from the deck of the Lindblad Nat Geo Orion ship.
Howard Glacier in the lower Taylor Valley
Field research camp at Spaulding Pond in the Dry Valleys
Black Island Satellite Station in the winter twilight. The wind turbines provide about 25% of the power needed to keep the station running.
360 degree panorama, looking down into the Taylor Valley from the 1882 Peak repeater site.
Near the summit of Mount Erebus on a foggy steamy day.
The summit of Mount Erebus and a line of ice fumaroles all steaming away. Steam coming out of volcanic vents in the ground freezes as it hits the cold air, creating chimneys of ice.
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