Mount Erebus Photographs by Clive Oppenheimer

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Wait a minute, Kurt.  Why aren't you hauling anything?
Julie Calkins, Shauna Mikelich and Colleen Brogenski relax for a moment at Happy Camper School.
The bustling metropolis of McMurdo Station from the top of Observation Hill.
Wait a minute, Kurt. Why aren't you hauling anything?
Julie Calkins, Shauna Mikelich and Colleen Brogenski relax for a moment at Happy Camper School.
The bustling metropolis of McMurdo Station from the top of Observation Hill.
A formidable wind moat adjacent to Fang Ridge.
The Fang Glacier acclimitization camp with the upper slopes of Mt. Erebus visible in the background.
Contorted entrance to one of the ice towers/caves near the lower Erebus hut.
A formidable wind moat adjacent to Fang Ridge.
The Fang Glacier acclimitization camp with the upper slopes of Mt. Erebus visible in the background.
Contorted entrance to one of the ice towers/caves near the lower Erebus hut.
A little steamy at this ice cave.
Hoar frost in one of the ice caves near the lower Erebus hut.
What happens when your tent door blows open on a windy day.
A little steamy at this ice cave.
Hoar frost in one of the ice caves near the lower Erebus hut.
What happens when your tent door blows open on a windy day.
Sastruga formed by the winds of Erebus.
Phil Kyle, everybody's favorite fearless leader.
Dramatic photo of toppled ice tower and plume.
Sastruga formed by the winds of Erebus.
Phil Kyle, everybody's favorite fearless leader.
Dramatic photo of toppled ice tower and plume.
Relict footprints leading to steaming ice towers.
Stunning photo of cirrus clouds and sun behind the Erebus plume.
Those cirrus clouds can sometimes be a portend of interesting weather.
Relict footprints leading to steaming ice towers.
Stunning photo of cirrus clouds and sun behind the Erebus plume.
Those cirrus clouds can sometimes be a portend of interesting weather.

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