National Geographic : 1922 Dec
LIFE IN THE ANTARCTIC 655 () lieroert U. lonting A GROTTO IN AN ICEBERG This unique study was made from the heart of an iceberg. The grotto was formed by a berg as it turned over. carrying up with it a large floe, which froze on to it, leaving this beautiful cavern, through which it was possible to walk for more than a hundred feet. By good fortune, at the time the artist reached this spot, the Terra Nova could be seen in the distance. This and the seven succeeding illustrations of Antarctic life are from photographs made by Herbert G. Pointing, the official photographer of the British Antarctic Expedition under Capt. Robert F. Scott.