Monochrome Isolation


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Two views of Whaler's Bay on Deception Island near the Antarctic Peninsula. This was a whaling station and scientific research station until volcanic eruptions and mudslides in 1967 and 1969 forced its abandonment. (It's not well known that Antarctica has some recently active volcanoes.)

These are not black and white photos, but there was no color in the scene on this overcast, rather stormy day.

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