East Antarctica: Antarctic Sunrises aka Sunsets

We got to around 65-66 degrees south, the Antarctic circle where the sun doesn’t set. The sun slowly went down from around 10pm until 330am, bounced in and out behind the horizon line and the tabular icebergs and then slowly started rising around 4am. The sky, the ice, the icebergs, the water – all lit up in the most incredible hues of red, purple, orange and yellow. The air and water absolutely still and crisp! And every morning like this!