Photograph - by George Rayner, Deception Island, Antarctica, Nov 1929, Photograph taken during an expedition to Antarctica and sub-antarctic islands, circa 1929. Probably taken by George Rayner. Deception Island is part of the South Shetland Islands situated off the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, at a latitude of 63 degrees South. Formed by volcanic activity, its visible land mass takes the form of a horseshoe surrounding a large centre bay known as Port

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Photograph - by George Rayner, Deception Island, Antarctica, Nov 1929, Photograph taken during an expedition to Antarctica and sub-antarctic islands, circa 1929. Probably taken by George Rayner. Deception Island is part of the South Shetland Islands situated off the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, at a latitude of 63 degrees South. Formed by volcanic activity, its visible land mass takes the form of a horseshoe surrounding a large centre bay known as Port
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Photograph - by George Rayner, Deception Island, Antarctica, Nov 1929, Photograph taken during an expedition to Antarctica and sub-antarctic islands, circa 1929. Probably taken by George Rayner. Deception Island is part of the South Shetland Islands situated off the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, at a latitude of 63 degrees South. Formed by volcanic activity, its visible land mass takes the form of a horseshoe surrounding a large centre bay known as Port