Antarctica is often seen to be untouched and pristine, and rightfully so. However, being such a desolate and fragile place, even the smallest activities can have a huge impact on the environment, even if it is just aesthetic. I believe this image captures a part of the impact we have there.

Castle Rock, Ross Island, Antarctica

Nikon D810, Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD, 1/400, f/7.1, ISO 64, handheld

by Marcus Arnold, Canterbury, New Zealand