Antarctica Travel Blog Nov. 20: The best way through ice is around ice . . .
Laurie Allread Antarctica Travel Blog

Emperor Penguin - photo by Laurie Allread Emperor Penguin - photo by Laurie Allread


NOVEMBER 20, 2011

Again we were reminded of the old Russian saying "the best way though ice is around ice." The day was spent weaving in and out of ice through the patches of sea ice. Cape Washington was no longer in reach due to the ice conditions but we did make it to a wonderful emperor penguin rookery on Franklin Island. The lighting was beautiful on the huge tabular iceberg that made the perfect backdrop for any Antarctica postcard with the stars being the Emperor Penguins.

(This is Laurie's fourth visit to Antarctica. She is blogging her way through this epic month-long Antarctica cruise; the Kapitan Khlebnikov's Ross Sea Centennial Voyage. Tune in for daily updates from the field. Pictures from Laurie’s past Antarctica travels are found on her website.)

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