Hurley

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Sea elephant pups, South Georgia
Young King penguin in first year plumage, South Georgia
Gentoo penguin with egg, South Georgia
Head of Moraine Fjord, South Georgia
Glacier Moraine Fjord, South Georgia
The ramparts of Mount Paget, South Georgia
Entering the pack ice. Weddell Sea, lat. 57° 59' S. long. 22° 39' W
A lake among 'leads', December 1914
Typical pack ice, Weddell Sea, lat. 62° 50' S. long. 17° 21' W
Dawn of 1915
A pinnacled glacier berg observed in lat.62° 41'S. long. 17° 32' W
Looking south over the frozen sea, lat. 74° 10' S. long. 27° 10'  W,
HMS <em>Endurance</em> laying to awaiting the opening up of the pack
The breaking up of the pack
<em>Endurance</em> in the pack ice at the end of winter
Strenuous endeavours being made to free the ship from frozen captivity, lat.16° 50', long. 34° 58' S
Deck of the <em>Endurance </em>on the way south
Young Emperor penguins
Samson at the entrance of his dogloo
Saint
Bummer
Self-portrait with cinematograph next to the <em>Endurance</em>
The Bastion Berg
The frozen surface of the Weddell sea taken just before the ship was crushed.
The departing sun
The return of the sun after 92 days
Taking occultations
Frank Hurley and Leonard Hussey on night watch
In the 'Ritz', the work room of the Ship
Bob' Clark (1882-1950) in the biological laboratory. February-March 1915
Hussey (meteorologist) (1891-1964) and James (physicist) (1891-1964), in the 'Rookery', midwinter 1915
Huge blocks weighing upwards of 50 tons were thrown about in indescribable confusion
The night watchman spins a yarn
Dawn after Winter
The effect of a blizzard on the flow, March 1915
Wild (1873-1939) and Shackleton (1874-1922) between two pressure ridges
Hummocks, 1915
Ice flowers
Tilted hummocks, August 1915
Worsley (1872-1943) standing next to a working pressure ridge showing an immense block of over 100 tons being rafted
The incipient stage of a pressure ridge
The bi-weekly ablutions of the 'Ritz', undertaken by Wordie (1889-1962), Cheetham (1867-1918) and Macklin (1889-1967)
The <em>Endurance</em> in the garb of winter
The Rampart berg which pursued the ship during her ten month drift, 11 March 1914
Taking the dogs out for exercise
Hurley (1890-1962) with his team
Wind-sculptured hummocks
Crab-eater seals on the floe, 1915
The pressure menaced us on all sides, August-September 1915
The ship was the nucleus of a pressure wave
During Midwinter
The HMS Endurance forced out of the ice by the coming together of the floes
The ship was forced into this position 15 seconds after the floes came together
The HMS Endurance crushed between the floes
Wild (1873-1939) observes the wreck
The party at Ocean Camp on the drifting sea ice: Sir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) and Frank Wild (1873-1939) on the left
The drifting bivouac of the party after the ship's destruction, Ocean Camp, November 1915
The look out platform at Ocean Camp
Hurley (1890-1962) and Sir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) at Patience Camp
The <em>Dudley Docker</em> arrives at Cape Valentine, Elephant Island
Hauling up the James Caird at Cape Valentine, Elephant Island, 15 April 1916
The first hot food after five days in the boats, 15 April 1916
The exhausted party on the beach at Cape Valentine, Elephant Island
Preparing the boat for the relief voyage to South Georgia
Launching the James Caird for the relief voyage to South Georgia
The start for South Georgia, 24 April 1916
Sir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) leaving in the Stancomb Wills, making his way to the James Caird, 24 April 1916
The Elephant Island party excavating an ice shelter in the glacier
The spit, Cape Wild, where the Elephant Island Party lived for 4 1/2 months, 1916
Inaccessible mountain, Cape Wild, which blocked communications from the spit to the mainland of island, 1916
The inaccessible cliffs of Elephant Island, 1916
The boat shelter in which the Elephant Island party lived for 4 1/2 months
Skinning penguins, the staple diet of the party during their stay on Elephant Island
The spit and Gnomon Island from the interior of an ice grotto, 1916
Looking out of rock cavern across West Bay, Elephant Island, 1916
The foreshore of Spit, Gentoo penguins, Elephant Island, 1916
The Elephant Island party
The Yelcho sighted
Sir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) arriving at Elephant Island to take off the marooned men