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
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”
Antarctic Photographic Exhibition
Image Credit: Photograph supplied by Shane Ness.
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 captures a long cave hollowed out by waves.
Antarctic photographic exhibition – Macquarie Island
“King Penguins Leaving The Station At Macquarie Island”
Image Credit: Photograph Supplied:by Barend Becker.
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.