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team on their return from the South Pole. Hurley’s extraordinary icescapes were taken during Ernest Shackleton's Polar expedition on Endurance in 1914–17, which ended with the heroic sea journey from Elephant Island to South Georgia. Both collections of photographs were presented to King George V and are today part of the Royal Photograph Collection.
Details of the NZ exhibition can be found here, and the one in London here. You can also preview a selection of the exhibit highlights or buy a copy of the book here. Or perhaps try the Amazon link on the right.
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