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    Default A photo trip to Antarctica

    https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/20...rctica/545888/

    Some arresting images here.

    The first one is pure pr0n, BTW.
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    Default Re: A photo trip to Antarctica

    Great, Thanks for posting.

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    Default Re: A photo trip to Antarctica

    Wow! Lovely! Thank you.

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    Default Re: A photo trip to Antarctica

    Stunning. McMurdo is HUGE! I had no idea, I figured it would be smaller like Resolute.

    An Antarctic cruise is on my retirement to-do list.

    What are you doing about it?




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    Default Re: A photo trip to Antarctica

    Quite superb. Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: A photo trip to Antarctica

    Love this, similar background and nearly as good as my screen wallpaper.
    It really is quite difficult to build an ugly wooden boat.

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    Default Re: A photo trip to Antarctica

    Thanks for the photos. McMurdo sure has changed in recent years. I spent a summer at the "golf ball" site which used to be the transmitter site for the base and have been to a few of the other places.
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