Exclusive to Stanfords.
'Endurance in full sail, in the ice', photographed by Frank Hurley, 1915.
“Towards midnight of yesterday the ice began to break up and a lead opened only 200 yards ahead of us. By 10am this broadened to ¼ mile. All sails were therefore set, and with engines at full speed, an attempt is made to break through the ice.” –Hurley, January 25th 1915.
* About this range:
Exclusive to Stanfords, the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) has selected a range of vintage photographs of travel and exploration. The images are from the Society’s prestigious archive collection.
As they are printed from the original negative, there is only a limited amount available.
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