Afternoon view of Our Lady of the Snows memorial on Hut Point Ridge in front of McMurdo Station not long after the last sunset at the start of winter.
Scott Base in March as the sea has just begun to freeze over again after being open water in front of the base a few days before.
The Hangar building at Scott Base with an aurora australis over the sea ice pressure ridges.
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.
Black Island Satellite Station in the winter twilight. The wind turbines provide about 25% of the power needed to keep the station running.
Mt Lister and the Royal Society Mountains
Looking across Black Island towards Mount Discovery at the end of winter, just before the sun returns.
Mount Erebus, Antarctica's active volcano letting off smoke. The lights of McMurdo Station and Scott Base can be seen in the foreground.
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"Our Lady of the Snows" shrine is a memorial to a bulldozer operator who lost his life when his machine broke through the sea ice and plunged to the bottom of the ocean.