Cape Petrels at Elephant Island, Antarctica. Can you spot the single Southern Fulmar? Some intriguing history regarding Elephant Island: Sir Ernest Shackleton and his men were encamped on the island for many months, having lost HMS Endurance in the thick sea ice, far to the south in the Weddell Sea in 1915. From the tiny beach at Point Wild (staying alive by eating penguins and seals), Shackleton and six companions set off on the rescue mission to South Georgia, aboard the tiny lifeboat, James Caird. To this day, the epic ocean crossing is considered one of the greatest in history - this image was taken during our recent Classic Antarctica I tour by Dušan Brinkhuizen.
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