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Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Peninsula - 2004 - All Photos

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Porthole photos of a Southern Ocean gale, shot from our cabin.
Porthole photos of a Southern Ocean gale, shot from our cabin.
Pintado petrels and a lone antarctic prion.
Pintado petrels and a lone antarctic prion.
In the contest for food stirred up by the ship's passage, the larger petrels shoulder the prions away from the inside track.
In the contest for food stirred up by the ship's passage, the larger petrels shoulder the prions away from the inside track.
For several days after the storm, it was breezy on deck.
For several days after the storm, it was breezy on deck.
Tabular ice in the Weddell Sea, formerly part of the Larsen Ice Shelf.
Tabular ice in the Weddell Sea, formerly part of the Larsen Ice Shelf.
Second officer looking over ice photos.
Second officer looking over ice photos.
Adelie colony on Paulet Island.
Adelie colony on Paulet Island.
Captain Carl Anton Larsen and his crew survived the winter of 1903-04 here, thanks to 1100 ancestors of this adelie penguin.
Captain Carl Anton Larsen and his crew survived the winter of 1903-04 here, thanks to 1100 ancestors of this adelie penguin.
A tipped-over tabular berg.
A tipped-over tabular berg.
Unlike gentoos, adelies nest on the beach. There are some 60,000 pairs of adelies on Paulet.
Unlike gentoos, adelies nest on the beach. There are some 60,000 pairs of adelies on Paulet.
In 1837, the French explorer Dumont d'Urville named this penguin for his wife, Adele.
In 1837, the French explorer Dumont d'Urville named this penguin for his wife, Adele.
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