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Disappearing Destinations

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Unfortunately, some of the awesome places around the world to visit won't be around forever. Go out and see them before they're gone!
Paulet Island, AntarcticaPaulet IslandAntarcticaAlways leery of what might lurk below, penguins enter the water in large groups hoping to confuse predators such as leopard seals. These Adelies...Torgensen Island, AntarcticaTorgensen IslandAntarcticaA porpoising adelie penguin. Took plenty of photos to get one in mid-air and in focus. We spent the afternoon here after visiting the American...Peak 1882, Antarctica, AntarcticaPeak 1882, AntarcticaAntarcticaWind shaped rocks on Peak 1882, so cool to see and admire .. It's amazing how wind can shape rocks like this.Taylor Valley, AntarcticaTaylor ValleyAntarcticaTaylor Valley, as seen from Mt. Coates. from here, you can see nearly all the science field camps, such as Lake Bonney, Lake Hoare, F6, Fryxell......Hjorth Hill, Antarctica, AntarcticaHjorth Hill, AntarcticaAntarcticaMore rock patterns and formations.Cape Byrd, Antarctica, AntarcticaCape Byrd, AntarcticaAntarcticaPenguins! Everyone loves penguins, so here's another shot of Adelie penguins on Cape Bird. In the background, to the left is the Royal Society...Cape Byrd, Antarctica, AntarcticaCape Byrd, AntarcticaAntarcticaHome to Adelie penguin rookery, fun place to hang out with scientist and learn about the penguins.Cape Byrd, Antarctica, AntarcticaCape Byrd, AntarcticaAntarcticaMore penguins at Cape Bird.Field Science Camp LEH, Antarctica, AntarcticaField Science Camp LEH, AntarcticaAntarcticaOne of my co-workers, near LEH, I just wanted to show how close we were to the top, and the cool wind blown snow formations.Mt. Erebus, Ross Island, Antarctica, AntarcticaMt. Erebus, Ross Island, AntarcticaAntarcticaMt. Erebus, southernmost active volcano in the world. We got to fly over a couple of times, it's so cool to see in person, pictures can't really...McMurdo, AntarcticaMcMurdoAntarcticaCastle rock, is 3.5 miles from McMurdo Station, and is climbable along a marked route, and from the top, you can see for miles on a clear day, it's...Ross Sea, AntarcticaRoss SeaAntarcticaRoss sea, near Ross Island and McMurdo Station. This is part of the Sea Ice that didn't break away but melted to form pools of water which refroze...Castle Rock trail, Antarctica, AntarcticaCastle Rock trail, AntarcticaAntarcticaThe trail leads from McMurdo Station to Castle Rock (visible in the center of photo). It's about 3.5 miles long, 7 mile round trip. You need to...Scott Base, Ross Island, Antarctica, AntarcticaScott Base, Ross Island, AntarcticaAntarcticaPressure Ridges, happens when the ice shelf, as it moves, meets land and starts to form ridges as it pushes up and down (similar to tectonic plates...Beardmore Glacier, Antarctica, AntarcticaBeardmore Glacier, AntarcticaAntarcticaBeardmore Glacier, near the Dry Valleys, in Antarctica, this was the route used by some the expeditions to the South Pole. We passed over in the...South Shetland Islands, AntarcticaSouth Shetland IslandsAntarcticaFerocious leopard seal. The second most dangerous animal in the Antarctic after the Orca Whale.Antarctica, AntarcticaOh, Antarctica... how I desire to go back! If you ever get the chance, you should check out Peregrine or Geckos Adventures who both run amazing...South Shetland Islands, AntarcticaSouth Shetland IslandsAntarcticaCrashed Gentoo Penguin. Hilarious. They plop down wherever and sleep whenever.Austral Islands, AntarcticaAustral IslandsAntarcticaChilean Base in Antarctica. The Virgin Mary, penguins and directions home. (Good luck with that!)Austral Islands, AntarcticaAustral IslandsAntarcticaGentoo Penguin cautiously approaching leopard seal. Antarctica.
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            Any body travelling to Nepal for holidays?
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            I wish
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            Great photos
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