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For the last year, Ian Hey has worked as a field assistant at Halley VI, the British Antarctic Survey Research Station. His footage of the mysterious landscape, which few humans have ever attempted to study in depth, is a mixture of timelapses, video footage, and still photography. It's incredibly beautiful, and totally worth the thirteen minutes. Oh, and when he's not exploring Antarctica for us, Ian is a climbing and mountaineering instructor!

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Ian Hey on YouTube

Ian Hey's website 

via Gizmodo 

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