It's gone by quickly but the two trips to Antarctica are now complete (still to come however, is South Georgia Island and the Falklands - I do not leave the ship until January 21). To finish up the second trip we sailed to the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula and entered the Antarctic Sound. A surprise was waiting for us here.
After a morning cruising in Iceberg Alley on the ship, we then headed to a landing at Brown Bluff.
I. P. Skilling. 1994). It is a Pleistocene-age cone about one million years old. Its morphology easily betrays its origin!
palagonite that betrays the volcano's origin.