Mount Erebus, Antarctica

Mount Erebus, Antarctica

TAKE PART • WIN $100 Upload Your PicturePicture StoryA checker board of sea ice leading up to Mount Erebus in Antarctica, the world's southernmost active volcano (12,448 feet). Taken in mid-September after a long dark winter, a group of us working out on the sea ice were headed home and saw this photo opportunity. The ridges are caused by sea ice movement. Create your Personal Portfolio Page and let us share it monthly to over 300,000 members and followers. Benefits of VIP membership:• Your Personal Portfolio Page – click here to see sample• We promote your portfolio monthly to over 300,000 followers• Download 12 new issues of the magazine every year• Download ALL back issues• Download premium eBooks worth £19.45.

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