Die Site Peta Pixel berichtet:
Almost one hundred years after a group of explorers set out across
the frozen landscape of Antarctica to set up supply depots for famed
explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, a box of 22 never-before-seen exposed
but unprocessed negatives taken by the group’s photographer has been
unearthed in one of those shacks, preserved in a block of ice.
This incredible discovery was made by the Conservators of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust
who are working to restore an old exploration hut. The 22 cellulose
nitrate negatives were, the Trust believes, left there by Shackleton’s
Ross Sea Party, which became stranded on Ross Island when their ship
blew out to sea during a blizzard.
As you can imagine, the negatives weren’t in the best of shape when
they were found, but a Wellington photography conservator took the time
to painstakingly process and restore them until they revealed their
Weitere Foto's auf der Website des Trusts: hier).