Over the past year at Casey we have witnessed the sun high in the sky gifting us with 24 hours of daylight, to just skimming the horizon giving us only a couple of hours of daylight each day. The ever changing positions of the sun and its elevations both in sky and on the horizon make for breathtaking sunrises and sunsets for us to witness over the winter months.
The days are now getting longer as the sun gets higher in the sky and we have almost completed full circle with only six weeks until our replacements will be knocking on the front door requesting the key to Casey station. These photos are just a glimpse of what they have in store for them over their coming Antarctic season.
How do we get any work done with distractions like these?