Don’t know if I’ll ever get to see this part of the world, but I love seeing pictures of it. There is no blue quite like the blue of deep ice. Courtesy of the Guardian, here’s a nice selection of photographs from a new book called "Antarctica: Exploring a Fragile Eden," by Angela and Jonathan Scott.
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