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The Endurance

Desperate times call for incredible shots.

When Frank Hurley signed on as the photographer of
Endurance in 1914, he had no idea the ship would never reach
its destination. But where other men saw peril, Hurley saw
opportunity. To him, survival became an afterthought to the
prospect of capturing "beautiful" Antarctic ice – displaying a
hardiness that has earned him legendary status.

  • Experience the legend in a detailed chronicle of the
    doomed expedition
  • Read short biographies of both Hurley and Endurance's
    captain, Sir Ernest Shackleton
  • Follow the struggle to survive with a complete timeline
  • Learn about the Endurance exhibition at the Museum of
    Natural History
 

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