Antarctic Images by Anthony Powell Antarctica photos videos and timelapse : Photo Keywords : 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.
 Mt Aztec Dry Valleys panorama a
Wind-sculpted vetifact rock in the Dry Valleys. Looks like a sea-elephant to me, or possibly a petrified kea.
Canada Glacier flowing into the Taylor Valley, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
From top to bottom, Mount Lister, the Royal Society Mountains, Cathedral Rocks, and the Ferrar Glacier.
Glacier flowing into the Taylor Valley above Lake Bonney, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
Canada Glacier flowing into the Taylor Valley, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
Bull Pass, near Lake Vanda in the Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
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 Marker for the actual Geographic South Pole
212 Helicopter departing a field camp in the Dry Valleys.
Wind-sculpted vetifact rock in the Dry Valleys. Looks like a sea-elephant to me, or possibly a petrified kea.

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Wind-sculpted vetifact rock in the Dry Valleys. Looks like a sea-elephant to me, or possibly a petrified kea.
Wind-sculpted vetifact rock in the Dry Valleys. Looks like a sea-elephant to me, or possibly a petrified kea.

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