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Choose from 965 pictures in our Exploration collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Naso lituratus, orangespine unicornfish
Naso lituratus, orangespine unicornfish
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Phalcoboenus australis, striated caracara
Phalcoboenus australis, striated caracara
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Filming Scott of the Antarctic
Filming Scott of the Antarctic
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Oxo in the Antarctic - Captain Scott polar expedition
Oxo in the Antarctic - Captain Scott polar expedition
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The Head Quarters of the 1910 - 13 Scott Polar Expedition
The Head Quarters of the 1910 - 13 Scott Polar Expedition
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The Scout, Every Boys Weekly front cover
The Scout, Every Boys Weekly front cover
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D'urville/Astrolabe
D'urville/Astrolabe
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The Long, Long Drift
The Long, Long Drift
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Wellman Arctic Airship
Wellman Arctic Airship
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Tatler cover - Rosita Forbes
Tatler cover - Rosita Forbes
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Plaza Colon and Cathedral, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Plaza Colon and Cathedral, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
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Sketch by Fish showing a couple on a Nights Out, 1926 at Cla
Sketch by Fish showing a couple on a Nights Out, 1926 at Cla
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The Long, Long Drift Featured Print

The Long, Long Drift

Illustration by Raymond Sheppard to an article entitled: The Long, Long Drift by John Prebble, relating to the The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-17, also known as the Endurance Expedition. This feat is considered the last major expedition of the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration. Conceived by Sir Ernest Shackleton, the expedition was an attempt to make the first land crossing of the Antarctic continent. On 30th October 1915, a march started across the Antarctic ice, following the crushing of the Endurance between the ever-shifting ice plates - two of the ship's lifeboats were carried on sledges, as depicted in this illustration"

© Mary Evans/Raymond Sheppard Collection

Muntiacus muntjak, Indian muntjac
Muntiacus muntjak, Indian muntjac
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Falco peregrinus, peregrine falcon
Falco peregrinus, peregrine falcon
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Pygoscelis antarcticus, chinstrap penguin
Pygoscelis antarcticus, chinstrap penguin
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Shackleton/Sledging/1908
Shackleton/Sledging/1908
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Authority from Henry VII
Authority from Henry VII
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Captain Scotts Departure for Antarctica
Captain Scotts Departure for Antarctica
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Peary and Cook dispute over the North Pole
Peary and Cook dispute over the North Pole
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Glaucus atlanticus, blue sea slug
Glaucus atlanticus, blue sea slug
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View of Sydney Harbour, Sydney, Australia
View of Sydney Harbour, Sydney, Australia
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Buffalo cart with wheels, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
Buffalo cart with wheels, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
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Chart of oceanic section, Madeira, Portugal to St. Vincent
Chart of oceanic section, Madeira, Portugal to St. Vincent
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Garnet Peridotite
Garnet Peridotite
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Captain Scotts Departure for Antarctica Featured Print

Captain Scotts Departure for Antarctica

Two photographs reporting the departure of Captain Scott and his team on board the Terra Nova, bound for Antarctica where they would attempt to reach the South Pole first. Top picture shows the crew on board waving to those they were leaving behind. The bottom picture shows the Siberian ponies taken by Scott to haul supplies. Scott's predominant use of ponies and motor sledges over dogs (used by the successful Norwegian, Amundsen) is cited as one of the reasons Scott failed in his attempt to reach the South Pole first. Date: 1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Monument to Arctic exploration - Archangel
Monument to Arctic exploration - Archangel
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How Bad Weather held back Captain Scott
How Bad Weather held back Captain Scott
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Members of the Search Party who found Captain Scott
Members of the Search Party who found Captain Scott
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The spot where Captain Scott lies buried
The spot where Captain Scott lies buried
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Mr Bernacchi at work
Mr Bernacchi at work
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Scott of the Antarctic and his predecessors
Scott of the Antarctic and his predecessors
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Herbert Ponting
Herbert Ponting
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Lieutenant (Sir) Ernest Shackleton
Lieutenant (Sir) Ernest Shackleton
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Terra Nova on front cover of The Sphere
Terra Nova on front cover of The Sphere
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The steam-ship Roosevelt departing for the Arctic, 1908
The steam-ship Roosevelt departing for the Arctic, 1908
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Captain Sir John Franklin (1786-1847)
Captain Sir John Franklin (1786-1847)
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Ross Kills a Musk Ox
Ross Kills a Musk Ox
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Captain Sir John Franklin (1786-1847) Featured Print

Captain Sir John Franklin (1786-1847)

Engraving of Captain Sir John Franklin in his Royal Navy uniform, pictured shortly before departing on his ill-fated Arctic expedition of 1845. In 1845 the British Admiralty sent two polar exploration ships, HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, to look for the Northwest passage round the northern coast of Canada. The expedition, commanded by Sir John Franklin, disappeared from view late in 1845 and none of the men were ever seen again. In fact the ships made it to the King William Island region, then got stuck in the ice. With supplies running out the surviving crew abandoned ship and headed south. However, none made it to safety and it is assumed all died from disease, exposure or starvation. From 1848 onwards a number of relief expeditions were sent to find Franklin, but it was only in 1859 that Francis Leopold McClintock was able to confirm Franklin's fate

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Amundsen Voyage Map
Amundsen Voyage Map
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Amundsen & Team/Hobart
Amundsen & Team/Hobart
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Cameron/Ship/Engraving
Cameron/Ship/Engraving
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Amundsen/Taking Bearing
Amundsen/Taking Bearing
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Scott/Lunar Corona/1911
Scott/Lunar Corona/1911
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DRAKE IN GOLDEN HIND
DRAKE IN GOLDEN HIND
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Sir James Clark Ross
Sir James Clark Ross
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Lewis and Clark
Lewis and Clark
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Scott Souvenir Card
Scott Souvenir Card
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Shackleton/Dreadnought
Shackleton/Dreadnought
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Livingstone/Last Journey
Livingstone/Last Journey
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Speke & Grant. Lecture
Speke & Grant. Lecture
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