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The Lost Photographs of Captain Scott

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Never-before-seen photographs taken by the famous explorer are revealed in The Lost Photographs of Captain Scott.

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The Lost Photographs of Captain Scott

£ 30.00


Largely forgotten, the photos in this book were taken by Captain Robert Falcon Scott himself in 1912, during the last fateful months of his epic Terra Nova expedition to the South Pole.

The series of breathtaking images capture panoramas of the continent, superb depictions of mountains and formations of ice and snow and portraits of the explorers on the polar trail.

192 pages.

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