Here's a photo taken on the western edge of the King George VI Sound, an area of permanent ice shelf separating Alexander Island from the Antarctic Penisnula. This scene is very typical at this time of year - steep sided hills shrouded by low cloud, with lovely blue meltwater pools pock-marking the ice. Some of these pools looked pretty deep, and they provide a source of moisture to help the low cloud you can see develop and become a pain in the arse for Antarctic weathermen!