I saw some very intriguing
rocks while wandering around Cuverville Island.
This one in particular caught my eye, because it looked just the color
of amber... But amber is fossilized tree sap, and what would
something like *that* be doing on Antarctica? Anyway, I took a picture
of it, and if anyone with more geological knowledge than I would care to
identify it and write to me, I'll be
more than happy to post the correct term for whatever this really is.
The wispy bits are
moulted penguin feathers
Here's another interesting rock that caught my eye on Cuverville
A long streak of crumbly brick-colored rock on Livingston
This is probably just plain
old granite, but I thought it was neat looking anyway. :)