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An artistic shot taken of the surface of smooth-covered sea ice disappearing into the Antarctic light.
Photo Credit: NSIDC Courtesy Alice O'Connor
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Album name:kleitzell / ARISE Project 2003
Keywords:ARISE Aurora Australis Ted Scambos Terry Haran snow drift sea ice sea ice light sun glare Antarctica
Copyright Information:May be used freely if properly cited
Image Credit:NSIDC Courtesy Alice O'Connor
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Date added:Oct 09, 2008
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IPTC Keywords:ARISE Aurora Australis Ted Scambos Terry Haran snow drift sea ice sea ice light sun glare Antarctica
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