not one of them
near the highest point of the Tongariro Crossing, Red Crater is just over the skyline
Highest volcano in New Zealand
on the roof?
Dedicated to the great man Sir Edmund himself
to McMurdo Station
on Observation Hill
Antarctica New Zealand
above New Zealand's Scott Base
on Ross Island
well known local feature...
Sunbathing amongst the pressure ridges
home from home...
Tabular bergs with the Transantarctic Mountains behind
The pressure ridges here mark the boundary between the 80m thick ice shelf and the seasonal sea ice closer towards the camera
A great cross country ski destination
Space for over 1000 people
in the snow...
These polygon shapes are created by frost action in the ground surface
These ridges and broken blocks of ice are created by the movement of the Ross Ice Shelf as it flows around the edge of Ross Island
High tech science research facility
Captain Scott's original antarctic expedition base
Commemorating Robert F Scott and his polar party twho died on their return journey from the South Pole
New Zealand's antarctic base
The world's southernmost active volcano letting off steam
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