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RGS - Antarctic Wilderness through the eyes of Shackleton's Endurance
New Photographic Exhibition Opens Tuesday, 24 March
At a time of high attention on changes to Antarctic glaciers as an indicator of human-induced climate change, the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) this month provides a rare chance for members of the public to view a dramatic collection of images which amply demonstrate the majestic power and backdrop of the Antarctic landscape.
On display will be enlarged images from the Society's archives' collection of the dramatic events of Ernest Shackleton’s 1914-17 adventure. In his journey, Shackleton and his crew were left stranded when their ship the Endurance was dramatically crushed in the pack ice.
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16 Mar 2009