It’s been 14 months since I arrived in Antarctica, and in that time I’ve seen a lot of ice. In fact, it’s hard to overstate how much ice I’ve seen. Lots. And I really mean that. Fortunately I haven’t (yet) got bored with staring at ice as it comes in numerous shapes, sizes and textures. Here are a few examples:

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Ice. And what most people don’t realise is that the bit they’re seeing is, in fact, just the tip of the iceberg*.
* © Muz 2012

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More ice. Good, cold, white icy ice.

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A mobile ice cave.


Ice in the crystal-clear waters of Marguerite Bay, and the Southern end of Adelaide Island.

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Twin Otter coming in to land. Yes, that is ice in the water.

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