I found the sunsets of Antarctic summer wondrous. Seeing the sun set behind the icebergs was surreal. These photos were taken at 1130 pm, and even when the sun sank, the light remained. The sun actually rises just a couple of hours after it sets. My roommate and I slept with the drapes open because we wanted to be able to see the incredible scenery if we woke during the “night”. The entire trip seemed like a fantasy.
See the seal on the berg and in the water?
The sun going down in Antarctica
The sun sets, but it does not get dark during summer in Antarctica.
I was overwhelmed by the beauty of the ice.
Sunet through a berg!
The dark blue streaks are glacial ice…isn’t that glow beautiful?
I love this photo of a berg through a berg at sunset!
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