Sunday, October 28, 2012

Frozen in time...


Have you seen the World Wonders Project?  It utilizes Google's Street View Technology to view amazing sites around the world.  I stumbled across it while looking for images of cabins (I daydream of living in a cabin in the woods) and found this image of Scott's Hunt cabin in the Antarctic.  It was built and used during the first Antarctic explorations around 1913.  Sir Earnest Shakelton, Robert Falcon Scott and Carsten Borchgrevnik used the cabin for shelter and as their laboratory.  The structure was built to withstand the harsh climate but has literally been frozen in time.  You can read more about it here.


I showed Parker the site and she immediately clicked on the images of The Great Barrier Reef.  This sea turtle is beautiful. She's been looking up marine life in the Reef all morning (thank you Google for making our Sunday morning awesome).

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