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Antarctic season February - April 2009

Ant­ar­c­tic sea­son 2008/2009 – The fol­lo­wing pages tell the sto­ries of my voy­a­ges to “The Ice” in ear­ly 2009. Bes­i­des from just enjoy­ing, you will also get a rea­li­stic impres­si­on of what to expect in case you con­sider a voya­ge. All voy­a­ges were car­ri­ed out with the M/V Gri­go­riy Mik­heev, a Rus­si­an ves­sel which has capa­ci­ty for 46 pas­sen­gers.

Plea­se feel free to down­load and use the images for pri­va­te pur­po­ses (cre­diting or links are app­re­cia­ted, if pos­si­ble), but the copy­right remains with the pho­to­grapher (Rolf Stan­ge, unless sta­ted dif­fer­ent­ly). Any fur­ther use such as publi­ca­ti­on in pre­sen­ta­ti­ons, in print or with digi­tal media etc, espe­ci­al­ly all com­mer­cial use, requi­res writ­ten agree­ment with the copy­right owner. Plea­se cont­act me if you need high-reso­lu­ti­on files.

King Pen­gu­ins in South Geor­gia …

King Penguins in South Georgia ...

… and a Gen­too Pen­gu­in in the South Shet­lands, dis­play­ing a slight­ly less roy­al beha­viour

... and a Gentoo Penguin in the South Shetlands, displaying a slightly less royal behaviour

Neither pen­gu­ins will last fore­ver under Ant­ar­c­tic con­di­ti­ons …

Neither penguins will last forever under Antarctic conditions ...

… nor stones.

... nor stones


last modification: 2014-10-17 · copyright: Rolf Stange