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Wooden building Whalers Bay Deception Island Port Foster

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Old Building at Whalers Bay

Deception Island is an active volcano on South Shetland Island near the Antarctic Peninsula.  The island has a protected harbor and was used extensively by early whalers.  In 1906, Norway started the site in Antarctica as a port for ships for processing whales for oil.  In 1912, a Norwegian company established the Hektor whaling station onshore.

The British also had a presence on the island base until 1969, when the base and many other buildings were damaged by mud and ash floes resulting from a volcanic eruption.  The abandoned wooden building no lies in ruin.  The roof is collapsing, and the wooden planks litter the landscape.

© Dan Kosmayer, 2011

All images are original and have been taken by Dan Kosmayer.

All my fine art prints are available as limited edition prints ONLY, professionally printed on Hahnemuhle fine art - archival museum grade paper. Each artwork is limited to 50 editions in each size, signed and numbered on the reverse of the photograph. And it is also accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Print only (unframed).

* If you would like a Custom size outside of these sizes, please email us, and we’d be happy to tailor it to whatever you’re after.

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Your prints are carefully packaged, poster rolled, shipped & tracked to your door.

Please allow up to three weeks for the production & delivery of this print.

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