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Lake at Cape Evans
Antarctica

Ice clutches to the edge of a lake while steam rises from the volcano of Mt Erebus. It is a bright sunny summer morning on Ross Island. The dark volcanic rock contrasts with the remaining snow. The harsh and lonely landscape surrounds you. It is quiet and the air is still, but the deadly winds are never far away. Antarctica is the beauty and the beast.

Copyright: Hoylen sue
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