Crabhunter seals hijack Frozen Mobile Home.

Frozen Mobile Home: Category Winner and Underwater Photographer of the Year 2020. Massive and mysterious habitats, icebergs are dynamic kingdoms that support marine life. As they swing and rotate slowly through polar currents, icebergs fertilize the oceans by carrying nutrients from land that spark blooms of phytoplankton, fundamental to the carbon cycle. During an expedition […]

Frozen in Ice, Maxwell Bay.

by Kaushik Mar Sem Fim (“Endless Sea” in English) is a Brazilian yacht that was shipwrecked, sunk and subsequently got frozen in ice in Maxwell Bay of Ardley Cove, Antarctica, about 1,200 kilometres south of the tip of South America, in April 7th, 2012. The yacht that belonged to the famed Brazilian journalist and entrepreneur […]

Penitent Penguins arrive early for Church.

In a photo titled “Mom, do we always have to be the first ones at church?” three king penguins approach the only church on South Georgia Island, near Antarctica, appearing to be headed for services. Image Credit: Photograph by Carl Henry/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards/Barcroft Images See more great Images via Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards Are […]

Ship Passengers observe Winter Auroras.

Passengers aboard the National Science Foundation research vessel Nathaniel B. Palmer observe auroras in the winter sky. The ship was in the Ross Sea on a winter cruise on 20 May, 2017. Image Credit: National Science Foundation. Photograph by Ben Adkison Photography

Aurora over Mawson Station.

“Aurora Over Mawson Station” Antarctic Photographic Exhibition Image Credit: Photograph supplied by Shane Ness. See more images via Antarctic photographic exhibition “The Fortress” – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Cavern, Adelie Land, c.1913.

Photograph: On the Frozen Sea in a Cavern Eaten Out by the Waves Under the Coastal Ice-cliffs, Adelie Land, Australian Antarctic Expedition c.1913 by Frank Hurley. In 1911, Australian explorer Douglas Mawson left Sydney on a three-year Antarctic expedition. On board was Australian photographer Frank Hurley. Here, along the shore of Antarctica’s Adelie Land, Hurley […]

King Penguins on the Move.

Antarctic photographic exhibition – Macquarie Island “King Penguins Leaving The Station At Macquarie Island” Image Credit: Photograph Supplied:by Barend Becker. Source: Antarctic photographic exhibition – Macquarie Island 2 – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Penguin Jump, Brown Bluff.

Image Credit: Photograph by Ralph Lee Hopkins/National Geographic An Adelie penguin, (Pygoscelis adeliae), caught in mid-air jumping onto an iceberg in Brown Bluff, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. See more images via 15 of National Geographic’s most iconic photographs | MNN – Mother Nature Network

‘Iceberg Graveyard’ by Josselin Cornou.

Image Credit: ‘Tabular iceberg” Photograph by Josselin Cornou, France, Shortlist, Open, Nature (Photo: 2017 Sony World Photography Awards) “On our way to the 66 parallel south — in Antarctica — we discovered a recent iceberg graveyard,” explains French photographer Josselin Cornou. “A massive part (as large as a U.S. state) of the ice shelf broke […]

Trinity Church, King George Island.

Photo: James L. Boka on Wikipedia) This strange little church, perched on the black sands of King George Island, looks like something out of Harry Potter, but is actually the southernmost Orthodox Christian church in the world. It was built by the Russians in the 1990s to minister to their permanent settlement in Antarctica, Bellingshausen […]