Brown Bluff. Our second excursion ashore and first to the actual continent. It was also the only time we had snow.
Mountain with a nice reflection.
Taking pictures of icebergs from the ship.
The biggest iceberg we saw was over a mile long but this one wasn't too bad either.
Sometimes we'd get into the zodiak to get closer to the smaller icebergs.
Here's another one from the zodiak.
In the zodiak with a glacier behind us.
Port Lockroy, originally used for whaling, is now a museum and post office operated by the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust.
Glacier about to tumble into the sea.
A whaling ship sunk in 1915.
Debbie on one of several hikes we took up mountains....
....and the view from the top, showing our ship.
And then we got to slide down the bottom part of the hill.