Thank you for posting this picture and the link. This looks like an interesting place to visit, with lots of historical and geological sights.
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CGC Glacier returned to Antarctica in 1971 after tearing her hull on an unmapped undersea peak and spending many months in New Zealand dry dock for repairs. The shining, repaired Glacier joined Burton Island for the seasonal ice break into McMurdo. Glacier's commanding officer was senior to BI's. Rumors of the day said he didn't like the look of the rust-stained Burton Island. He ordered the BI's hull scrubbed clean (soogied). The ships broke ice in a parallel path. The captain of the BI ordered only the port side washed so the Glacier's CO would see only shining white icebreaker off his starboard. You cannot paint a ship's hull at 5 below. Paint rollers freeze to it.
Thanks for putting up with my memory.
You have several nice McMurdo panoramas. Nice work.
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You've captured the important parts of the site very nicely.
Taking this to heart might be useful to humankind.
You have given us a very nice wide shot, helping tell the story of the place to those of us who will never be able to visit.
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I like this wide, well composed photograph.