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ANT0819-09
© B&C Alexander
ANT0819-09
Bergy bits in front of the glaciated end of Booth Island. Lemaire Channel. Antarctic Peninsula.
QQ.0323-02
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0323-02
Icebergs float in a sea filled with broken ice off Greenland. NW Greenland.
WL.0609-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0609-00
Paradise Bay with mountains and glacier. Antarctic Peninsula
WL.0610-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0610-00
Paradise Bay with mountains, growlers and bergy bits. Antarctic Peninsula
QQ.0323-07
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0323-07
Icebergs float in a sea filled with broken ice off Greenland. NW Greenland.
QQ.2804-08
© B&C Alexander
QQ.2804-08
Inuit hunters moving their boat through glacial ice along the coast of Inglefield Bay in autumn. Qaanaaq, Northwest Greenland
ANT1610-05
© B&C Alexander
ANT1610-05
Russian Mi-2 helicopter flies over icebergs on ice reconnaisance in Erebus & Terror Gulf. Antarctica
SZ.6007-02
© B&C Alexander
SZ.6007-02
Growlers by the edge of Austfonna, the 3rd largest ice sheet in the world on Nordaustlandet has a glacier front of 200km. Svalbard.
SZ.6007-03
© B&C Alexander
SZ.6007-03
A small tour ship by the glacier front of Austfonna, the 3rd largest ice sheet. Nordaustlandet has a front of 200km. Svalbard.
EG.5018-43
© B&C Alexander
EG.5018-43
Small piece of iceberg ice, almost thawed. East Greenland
FT.0139-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0139-00
Distinctive blowhole of a Humpback Whale surfacing amongst growlers. Antarctica
ANT0819-03
© B&C Alexander
ANT0819-03
Line of growlers in front of the glaciated end of Booth Island. Lemaire Channel. Antarctic Peninsula.
ANT0819-14
© B&C Alexander
ANT0819-14
Growlers from the glaciers in the water by the icy end of Booth Is. Lemaire Channel Antarctic Peninsula.
ANT0819-16
© B&C Alexander
ANT0819-16
Growlers from the glaciers in the water by the icy end of Booth Is. Lemaire Channel Antarctic Peninsula.
ANT0821-03
© B&C Alexander
ANT0821-03
Line of growlers in front of the glaciated end of Booth Island. Lemaire Channel. Antarctic Peninsula.
NP.0086-01
© B&C Alexander
NP.0086-01
Raised Beaches at the edge of Maxa Bay. Note Glaciated mountain range. Novaya Zemlya. Russian Arctic.
NP.0086-16
© B&C Alexander
NP.0086-16
Bergy Bits & Growlers in Maxa Bay, part of heavily glaciated North West Novaya Zemlya. Barents Sea. Russia
   

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