Blizzard at Cape Denison, Antarctica Whetter & Close trying to get ice for drinking water from glacier adjacent to the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) winter quarters; photo by Frank Hurley, 1912 via: New South Wales State Libary
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Remarkable tale of survive. This is the scene on Elephant Island after the release of the shipwrecked crew by Chilean tug Yelcho in 1916 after more than a year marooned on the South Pole. Their ship Endurance had fallen apart when caught in an ice pack.
Winter quarters, Queen Mary Land winter, from [Exhibition of pictures taken during the Australasian Antarctic Expedition and other photographic studies by Frank Hurley],
Tongue of the Taylor glacier entering Beacon valley, Dry Valleys, Antarctica S, E) by Yann Arthus Bertrand