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Scotia in the ice
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Scotia in the ice
Three mates on skis, winter quarters. Second steward in background Featured Image

Three mates on skis, winter quarters. Second steward in background

Scottish National Antarctic Expedition 1902-04. Leader: William Speirs Bruce. Three men stand on skis. They each hold one ski pole. Another man stands on the ice in front of the sailing ship Scotia which lies against the ice in the background

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Ice, Man, Men, Pack Ice, Rigging, Sailing Ship, Ship, Ski, Ski Pole, Sking, Snow

Ross on ski
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Ross on ski
Able Seaman Anderson
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Able Seaman Anderson
Captain shooting the sun
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Captain shooting the sun
Scotia in winter quarters
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Scotia in winter quarters
The New Zealand Shipping Company's Ship 'Waikato' forcing a Passage through a Barrier of Pack Ice, 26 July 1878 (engraving) Featured Image

The New Zealand Shipping Company's Ship "Waikato" forcing a Passage through a Barrier of Pack Ice, 26 July 1878 (engraving)

1059926 The New Zealand Shipping Company's Ship "Waikato" forcing a Passage through a Barrier of Pack Ice, 26 July 1878 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The New Zealand Shipping Company's Ship "Waikato" forcing a Passage through a Barrier of Pack Ice, 26 July 1878. Illustration for The Graphic, 19 October 1878.); Look and Learn / Illustrated Papers Collection; English, out of copyright

© Look and Learn / Illustrated Papers Collection / Bridgeman Images

Ice and water. Mawson - Life and Death in Antarctica, 2008 Featured Image

Ice and water. Mawson - Life and Death in Antarctica, 2008

A colour image of mountains and icebergs views in Antarctica.The Douglas Mawson Antarctic Expedition of 1912 is one of the most amazing feats of endurance of all time. Although his two companions perished, Douglas Mawson survived, but how? In a bold historical experiment, adventurer Tim Jarvis retraces the gruelling experience, with similar meagre rations, primitive clothing and equipment to uncover what happened to Mawson physically--and mentally--as a man hanging on the precipice of life and death

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