Sunday, November 9, 2014

Antarctica, Part II

"People don't go to Antarctica. They are called to Antarctica."

Here are some random images from last week in McMurdo, LDB, Pegasus & Willy Field.

Welcome sign on Scott Hill 
with Observation Hill in the background.

Pressure ridges, waves of ice.

The "beach ball" on Scott Base Hill.

Two NYANG LC-130's at Willy Field.

The Kress with the passenger box 
and Mt Erebus in the distance.

A Basler (DC3) leaving Willy for a field camp.

An LC-130 leaving Willy for the South Pole.

The Royal Society Range on the horizon.

Skier 93, a LC-130 in the fuel pits at Willy Field.
These are the planes used to haul fuel, supplies 
and people to the South Pole and field camps.

View of McMurdo from T-Site.

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