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Have someone take their picture. Sat images are killing my confidence here.
Very sppoky place you found there Claus. I traced several snowmobile tracks back to the ribbed structure. , then I explored outward and found this square structure. . Unknown if base is full time or still active- cannot find reference to this location.
Yeh, we loved him too, especially the kids; another wildlife presenter favourite with similar enthusiasm is Steve Backshall, our children were absolute avid fans of him
Yes I know, Im becoming good at this (I gues thats what you mean ), not strange with all those good teachers around me here. Maybee we will have to look/study in one of @cageycat `s book´s about Nothingness then . Not that much is written about it, in those book´s, but thats exactly what explain nothingness, nothing.
Ho Ho Ho, maybee its Santas workshop, preparing the to @EmeraldEyes for
Looks like the scientists are planting a row of trees for a wind break. And from the photo, it appears they cracked the ice when they planted the last one on the right. I see a crack traveling up and away!
But I thought Reindeer drove Santa’s sledge
Nope, they are not able to on Antarctica, it Must be Huskies.
@Jim7 Take a look at theese color´s
Thank you! Copied the image…
I found what looks like a tin coffee mug, complete with a spoon sticking out, and some poor soul who didn’t quite make it to the hot beverage. As you can see, he was buried and frozen while staring at it. (He’s to the left of the mug.) This is inside the poly and zoom +3, although you can very well see it at +2.
Almost looks like a star-forming nebula. Nice!
@claus, I came across an exposed mountain range where there appears to be red algae and/or bacterium (as well as many shades of brown) that cover nearly all exposed rock. Zoom in to +2 or +3 for full color detail.