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Summit of Reeves - views

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19th Aug 2006, 22:30   comments (2)

Standing on the summit of Mt Reeves

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Reeves Col

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Mt Reeves has two summits - this is the col between them.

(this image got out-of-sequence in our email system - it should have come after the next one)
19th Aug 2006, 22:28   comments (0)

Winter trip to Bond Nunatak

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One of the more unusual perks for working for the British Antarctic
Survey is going on winter training trips - a week away from base, living
in tents and climbing mountains. We get two trips during the winter -
for my second one, I travelled with Tom to Bond Nunatak, on the north of
Adelaide Island and climbed Mt Reeves, which is 2100m high.Here's our campsite, and Bond Nunatak behind.
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A pony, for Mandy.

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This one was in the New Forest last autumn.

Apologies for disrupting the Antarctic theme!
5th Aug 2006, 23:34   comments (4)

Rime ice on icicles

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By special request!
5th Aug 2006, 23:29   comments (6)

A pattern in the rime ice on the bench

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Rothera from the traverse

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You can see how small Rothera Point is compared to the surrounding
landscape. All the flattish area punctuated with bergs is sea-ice.
5th Aug 2006, 23:19   comments (3)