There’s something about icicles that just draws the eye and demands to be photographed!
Antarctic fur seal photographed on Deception Island in the South Shetland Island group. Hunted almost to extinction in the 18th and 19th centuries, the species recovered to the point where it is now a common sight in Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic.
Avalanches are a common occurrence in Antarctica but photographing one takes some luck due to their unpredictability.
A Humpback whale displays its tail flukes as it dives to feed. Antarctica. The markings on the underside of the humpback’s tail are as individual as human fingerprints