Category Archives: Antarctica

Cinder Cones

A lot of photos arrived from Jennifer this past week.  I’ve posted them all to this post. It’s been a crazy week and I’ll admit that I haven’t had time to match up verbiage with the individual photos. That said, … Continue reading

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Dive tending

More photos from Jenn! And yes, more seals at the end of this photo series! These are a few shots back from my dive tending trip months ago. There were tons of baby seals out there so I’m sending a … Continue reading

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Dive Tending

Jenn’s upload in Antarctica is slower than molasses flowing uphill there, so she has only recently been able to forward me these photos (and story): So, here are photos from my dive tending trip all those weeks ago. The first … Continue reading

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Back to Cape Evans

Jennifer found another seal… this one is huge! These are pictures from my second Cape Evans Trip — this time we got to see a seal out of the water and up close. The last photo is just McMurdo residents … Continue reading

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Antarctica CycleCross

The folks in Antarctica are big on costumes…  Here are a few photos from the CycleCross a few weeks (months?) ago now. There were a couple of different heats for men and women and costumes while not mandatory were encouraged. … Continue reading

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A seal up close

These photos are still from that first trip to Cape Evans and my first glimpse at seals in the wild. The seal hole is right next to the road. It is where an old ice crack used to be and … Continue reading

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Ice runway

My question is this: If you are assaulted by a skua and possibly even in fear of your life, is self-defense a valid excuse for violating the Antartic treaty?  What do you want to bet that if you didn’t defend … Continue reading

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