Stained Glass in Christ Church Cathedral, Stanley
Land's Edge in West Falkland
The Falkland Islands Company, which once owned nearly all the land on the islands.
Christ Church Cathedral, the world's southernmost Anglican church (built in 1892)
Men at the wheel on the Pelagic Australis
Port of Stanley - Container Row
Alex Kuli Sr. says goodbye to the Falklands
The Pelagic Australis crew setting sail for South Georgia
Possession Bay Glacier
Alex Sr. in Possession Bay
Possession Bay Entrance
Sunshine at Last
South Georgia Coast
Possession Bay discussion
Sunset at King Edward Point
Thrashing About in the South Atlantic
Crosses at King Edward Point
Cross erected by Shackleton's team, King Edward Point
Dusk at Grytviken
Sarah and Pat Lurcock, who have lived on South Georgia for 20 years
Government Officer Pat Lurcock helps the Pelagic cast off
Alex Sr. and skipper Magnus Day
Pelagic leaves a trail
Whale processing factory
View from the Grytviken factory floor
Whale Oil Tanks
I can fly!
View from Grytviken church porch
Ghost of Masts Past
Grytviken coast road
My tussock grass home
Mountain over the British Antartic Survey complex
Sex on the Beach
Fur seals at play
Yo! Dude with the camera! Back off!
Grytviken ice floe
Whale Harpoon Gun
Pelagic crew taking in the sights
Where Old Boats Go To Die
Death of a Lifeboat
Alex and Alex landing at Barff Peninsula
Thank God for muck boots
L'Auberge de Barff: Choice accommodation for Bjorn, Mario and Marcello.
The Boys of Barff in their Cozy Cabin
Giant Petrels hanging out
Newborn elephant seal crushed to death by an alpha male trying to mate with his mother
Bonanza for Birds
Oops! 'Scuse me!
South Georgia Post Office
The joys of motherhood
Newborn elephant seal pup at King Edward Point
South Georgia Jail - Drunk tank for whalers
Pelagic at Port in Grytviken
Greater Grytviken. The museum is at lower right.
Mario negotiates the stream on Barff
Hiking to Szielsko
Bjorn and Mario take a romantic stroll
Bird over Barff Peninsula
Norwegian Lutheran Church at Grytviken, built in 1913. The pastor, Kristen Loken, left in 1931, complaining that the whalers' religious lives "left much to be desired."
Gino the radar man works his magic
Gino the radar man on the Szielsko glacier
Ice floes off Nordenskjold
Natural ice sculpture
Nordenskjold ice cave
Nordenskjold ice floe
The team returns from Nordenskjold
Cumberland Bay sunset
Sunset from Barff Peninsula
Edd, the second mate, ferries Gino back to the Pelagic.
Fortuna fur seal
It's freakin' cold out here!
Playing in the snow
"Dangerous" Dan Dixon wields his ice pick
Getting to the core
Dan drilling in Shackleton's ice
The fruits of his labor
Dan's ice hole
King Penguin goes it alone
Reindeer hanging out
...and then the other day, I caught a fish thiiiiissssss big.
Fortuna Bay entrance
Learning to waddle.
Checking out the intruders.
My money's all over the fur seal in this fight.
Shy Fortuna fur seal
Penguin Conga line
Me an' mah girl.
Gentoo and gentoo-to-be.
Nests are best
Shags on the rocks
A couple of good shags
Whaler's pinup girl: Pamela Anderson of 1915, before the miracle of the airbrush had been invented (museum display)
Whaler humor (museum display)
Replica of the James Caird, the lifeboat in which Shackleton sailed to South Georgia (Grytviken museum)
Cogs in the Whale Wheel
Penguins on the March
Proud Papa and his brood
Penguins and elephant seals shrug off the wind in the Bay of Isles
More penguins in the Bay of Isles
Bay of Isles - Wind-whipped penguins
Bay of Isles Penguin Colony
Sunset over the Southern Ocean
The Falklander's Bible
Memorial to the 258 British subjects killed in the Falklands conflict
Monument to the Battle of the Falkland Islands, where the British defeated a German naval vessel in 1914.
Peace: Victory over the Germans in 1914
Just Say No! You never know when the temptation to start whaling again might strike.
Thatcher Gate at the Governor's House
Alex Sr. and horses
Whale harpoon gun. The skeletons were reconstructed from real whale bones by an old Falklander mechanic who has devoted his yard to the anti-whaling campaign.
Killer whale skull.
The old man says it takes him about two years to piece together a whale skeleton.
Concession stand at the horse racetrack. Anybody hungry?
Grandstand at the Stanley Racetrack
In the hills around Stanley
Alex Sr. in the mountain rocks
Stanley mountain rocks
The Jhelum, wrecked in Stanley harbor in 1870.