Various photographs of Norwegian explorer Fridtjof Nansen lookin’ super foxy
And in addition to lookin’ super foxy, he fought for Russian famine victims and gave stateless refugees legal travel documentation. Why doesn’t the whole world know about this guy?
Sentimental stained glass panels to celebrate gallant British heros: Scenes - Departure to South Pole, South Pole disappointment, Oates leaving tent, and cairn of Scott, Wilson and Bowers. Binton Church, Warwickshire. Photos: Philip Halling Glass: Kempe
Ice formations in Antarctica and what looks like a Ladybird illustration - ‘Dad and John enjoy looking at a dead seal’
Colourised transparencies by George Rayner c.1937-45.
Rayner was British Biologist and keen photographer working on research ships, including Discovery ll, in Antarctic and sub-antarctic waters in 1930’s and 40’s.