Antarctic Images by Anthony Powell Antarctica photos videos and timelapse : Photo Keywords : station  : Hut point ridge to the north of McMurdo Station after a fresh snow fall a few days after the last sunset.
The Onyx River, which only flows for about 2 months each year into Lake Vanda, is Antarctica's longest river in the Dry Valleys.
Sunset shot of Nacreous or Polar Stratospheric cloud, which forms when ozone depleting gas crystallizes in the upper atmosphere.
HDR shot of Nacreous or Polar Stratospheric cloud, which forms when ozone depleting gas crystallizes in the upper atmosphere.
The sun over Inaccessible Island in McMurdo Sound, surrounded by seasonal sea ice.
Crescent Moon over Mount Discovery
Looking south at the hut used by penguin researchers at Cape Bird Antarctica.
180 degree view of the beach at Cape Bird. The ring around the sun is caused by ice crystals in the air, commonly referred to as a sun dog.
McMurdo Station as see from the road to Hut Point in winter. An aurora australis is overhead on the left.
McMurdo Station power, water, and waste plants in the foreground as seen from Hut Point.
Inside a C-17 transport plane on the way to Antarctica from Christchurch, New Zealand.
Fuel tanks at McMurdo Station
Geodesic Domes that house satellite dishes to protect them from the elements at black Island Antarctica. Some faint auroras are in the sky.
Shackelton's hut at Cape Royds with Mount Erebus in the background
Wide angle view of the Cape Bird Hut and beach.
View of the Ross Ice Shelf from the window of a C-17 transport plane.
The Onyx River, which only flows for about 2 months each year into Lake Vanda, is Antarctica's longest river in the Dry Valleys.

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The Onyx River, which only flows for about 2 months each year into Lake Vanda, is Antarctica's longest river in the Dry Valleys.
The Onyx River, which only flows for about 2 months each year into Lake Vanda, is Antarctica's longest river in the Dry Valleys.

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