TAKE PART • WIN $100 Upload Your PicturePicture StoryThe setting sun highlights the icicles on the railings, as we sail through the Gerlache Straight in Antarctica. This Strait is named after the Belgian explorer Lt Adrien de Gerlache, who led an expedition to the area in 1898. It was getting colder now as we moved south towards the Gerlache Strait where we got caught in a storm; huge waves crashed over the deck of the ship as it rocked from side to side. Then we entered the Gerlache Strait, one of Antarctica’s most spectacular areas with its snow-covered mountains and spiky blue icebergs. Create your Personal Portfolio Page and let us share it monthly to over 300,000 members and followers.