In Norway, they say there’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.
Back home in New Zealand, I wouldn’t tolerate giving a lecture in minus 8 degrees C – or minus 17 if you take the windchill into account. But down here at Scott Base, that’s just fine, because I’m dressed for the weather. Cliff and I have settled in – we’ve been running around with the camera trying to catch what we can of our K001 team, led by Tim Naish from the Antarctic Research Centre and Richard Levy from GNS, as they prep for their trip to Friis Hills. We’ve also gathered general footage from around Scott Base, McMurdo Station (the annual Turkey Trots fun run) and the surrounding landscape. And we’ve started recording lectures. There’s still loads to do, but it’s great to have made a start. I’m just about to run off to skidoo training – it will be great to have our own means of getting about – but here are a few pics.
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Wicked buzz. But how are you claiming photo credit for pics you are actually in?!
Hmmm. I do that when I hand my camera to someone and say please take a photo! Like that photographer who gave his camera to a monkey who then took a bunch of selfies :-). Mainly to show that these pics belong to someone – had my uncredited pics go around the world during pumice excitment of 2012.