Drake Passage, Palmer Peninsula, Antarctica

Drake Passage, Palmer Peninsula, Antarctica

Drake Passage, Palmer Peninsula, Antarctica-The small size of the penguins gives an idea of how large the ice really is. Palmer Peninsula is a portion of the Antarctic Peninsula and is bounded in the south by the ice covered Carlson Inlet. It is named after Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer who explored the Antarctic Peninsula in 1820. http://i.imgur.com/MnhCg.png


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I am currently attending Texas State University seeking to get a degree in Advertising. I like to workout, kayak, and play just about any type of sport. The outdoors and traveling the world are always on my mind.

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