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TJ.0938-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0938-00
Dramatic Geology with volcanic deposits and lava intrusions in the cliffs above the Sub-Antarctic Fur Seals. Quest Bay. Gough Island South Atlantic
TJ.0939-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0939-00
Dramatic Geology with volcanic deposits and lava intrusions in the cliffs above the Sub-Antarctic Fur Seals. Quest Bay. Gough Island South Atlantic
TJ.0942-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0942-00
Sub-antarctic Fur Seals rest in a cave below a volcanic dyke. Quest Bay, Gough Island. South Atlantic Islands
TJ.0952-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0952-00
Softer rocks have eroded, leaving a volcanic dyke exposed on the hillside, Quest Bay, Gough Island South Atlantic Islands
KR.0902-01
© K. Robinson
KR.0902-01
Remote and inaccessible, Peter 1 Island is claimed by Norway and receives very few visitors. Antarctica
KR.0902-08
© K. Robinson
KR.0902-08
Reflections of the shore of remote Peter 1st Island. It is claimed by Norway and receives very few visitors. Antarctica
KR.0902-09
© K. Robinson
KR.0902-09
Volcanic rocks on the shore of remote Peter 1st Island. It is claimed by Norway and receives very few visitors. Antarctica
RFJ0018-13
© B&C Alexander
RFJ0018-13
Spectacular rock formation at Cape Tegettoff on Hall Island. Franz Josef Land.
RFJ0019-05
© B&C Alexander
RFJ0019-05
Spectacular rock formation at Cape Tegettoff on Hall Island. Franz Josef Land.
   

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