Drawing of a Barrier camp by E. A. Wilson.

The Coldest March

by Susan Solomon

Yale University Press August 2001

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The photographer Ponting with his telephoto apparatus.

For information about expedition photographs, contact The Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand and the Picture Library of Scott Polar Research Institute.

Scott's photographer, H. G. Ponting, was the first camera artist to make moving pictures of an Antarctic expedition. Order a copy of this remarkable video, 90 DEGREES SOUTH: With Scott to the Antarctic, at The British Film Institute (UK) or Milestone Films (USA).

Pictured is Ponting, with his telephoto apparatus, January 1912. Photographer unknown. Scott Album, number 30597, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.


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