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Leonie Island by dawn's early light

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Leonie is the triangular face to the right of the big iceberg. You can see a snow-filled gully on it, just left of centre - we climbed up there to the top last week.
3rd Sep 2006, 20:04  


swamprose says:

anything to the left or right of an iceberg is impressive climbing. what are the black specks in the foreground?

3rd Sep 2006, 23:48

anonymous says:

They're old oil drums, which are used to cover the runway lights during the winter. If you look closely you can see the change in the colour between the runway and the sea-ice.

4th Sep 2006, 01:14

swamprose says:

they also add scale. what a lovely glacier.

4th Sep 2006, 03:18

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