Mount Erebus glowing in the Antarctic night. The lava in the crater is lighting up the steam from underneath.
The crater of Mount Erebus, the southernmost active volcano in the world
Near one of the volcanic vents just below the summit of Mount Erebus which is steaming away in the background.
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.
Ice fumarole near the summit of Mount Erebus. Steam coming out of volcanic vents in the ground freezes as it hits the cold air, creating chimneys of ice.
Ice fumaroles near the summit of Mount Erebus. Steam coming out of volcanic vents in the ground freezes as it hits the cold air, creating chimneys of ice.
Wind-sculpted vetifact rock in the Dry Valleys. Looks like a sea-elephant to me, or possibly a petrified kea.
Looking down the frozen sea ice edge of the Bowers Piedmont Galcier towards Mount Discovery.
Taylor Glacier, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
Mount Erebus, as seen from Mount Terror.
Minna Bluff, Antarctica
On top of Mount Coates, Antarctica
Looking up the valley from Lake Bonney to the Taylor Glacier.
Howard Glacier flowing into the Taylor Valley, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
Canada Glacier flowing into the Taylor Valley, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
Mount Erebus and crevass fields. Mount bird is in the background to the right, and Mount Terra Nova on the right of the picture.
From top to bottom, Mount Lister, the Royal Society Mountains, Cathedral Rocks, and the Ferrar Glacier.
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Glacier flowing into the Taylor Valley above Lake Bonney, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
Looking down from 1882 peak to Lake Bonney and the Taylor Glacier, in the Taylor Valley. Dry Valleys Antarctica.
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