mmm, that icy mix of too-fresh air + crisp blue sky... <3
So beautiful it almost looks fake. I'm curious... have you had awesome adventures in Antarctica? If so, do tell! How neat! xo
yes, worked two long seasons at mcmurdo station! check out the archives of our blog weirdbirds.wordpress.com to read more, and there are photographs here in the archives as well!
Beautiful picture and beautiful words!xo TJ
this is fantastic.
Oh, so pretty to even think about it. Thank you for taking me there for a moment.These weeks I have been going on a Constellation course once a week. There I have learnt so many new things about the stars and space. And how different it really looks from different parts of our planet. I wonder how the sky was from your spot there in the wind.Have a calm weekend, Liz.
nothing has shattered my heart like seeing the stars in antarctica. i'm sure they're similarly devastating in your neck of the woods, but wow. and to see the southern lights with your naked eyes! but yes, i had a very hard time identifying any constellations aside from the southern cross.
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