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Harald Slott-Møller: Double Portrait of Amalie and Erik Skram;  painting, 1895th

Harald Slott-Møller: Double Portrait of Amalie and Erik Skram;

malinmellow blogg: Mammalivet er slitsomt, men det er ikke "noe dritt"

Mammalivet er slitsomt, men det er ikke "noe dritt"

malinmellow blogg: Mammalivet er slitsomt, men det er ikke "noe dritt"

1912:+The+Year+the+World+Discovered+Antarctica+by+Chris+Turney+–+review

1912: The Year the World Discovered Antarctica by Chris Turney – review

Barne Glacier, Scott Expedition, Antarctica, by Herbert George Ponting 1911

Apsley George Benet Cherry-Garrard | On return from the barrier January 29 1912 | Herbert Pontings Captain Scott photography

Herbert Ponting's Captain Scott photography

Herbert George Ponting - Apsley Cherry-Garrard on return from the barrier, 29 Jan Scott Polar Research Institute.

The hut was reused from 1915-1917 by several of Ernest Shackleton’s Ross Sea party who had become marooned.  In January 1917, after the survivors were rescued, the hut was vacated and remained untouched until 1956 when U.S. expeditioners dug it out of the ice.  The hut and its contents are remarkably well preserved today.  It’s incredible to think that much of what still remains inside was used by the great explorers of the early twentieth century, and has remained untouched since…

Isolated Settlements at the Ends of the Earth

The hut was reused from by several of Ernest Shackleton’s Ross Sea…

Bildergebnis für herbert g.ponting

Members of the western geological party haul a sledge across sea ice in

A memorial image of Scott's famed attempt to be the first man representing the first nation to step foot on the South Pole.  In this image he is not portrayed as a frostbitten and exhausted man but rather as a British gentleman dressed in his military uniform.  The border surrounding his portrait is in front of the flag of Britain, further showing how Scott was turned into a national figure and the glorified embodiment of what it meant to be British.

Robert Falcon Scott English Antarctic Explorer, reached the South Pole but never returned

Second Officer, Tom Crean, on board Shackleton's 'Endurance': Frank Hurley c1912-1915

Second Officer, Tom Crean, on board Shackleton's 'Endurance': Frank Hurley ~ One of my favorite portraits of all time.

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