Frank Hurley, "Endurance" expidition photographer
Shackelton's "Endurance" Expidition, 1914-1916
Frank Worsley, captain of the Endurance [in balaclava with binoculars, Shackleton expedition, 1914-1916 Antarctica. by Frank Hurley, Australian photographer
Who's Who of Bygone Eras
Dogs watching Endurance in the final stages of its drift, shortly before it sank to the bottom of the Weddell Sea.
Photo of "The Endurance" by Frank Hurley - Ernest Shackleton's legendary ship trapped in the arctic ice
Second Officer, Tom Crean, on board Shackleton's 'Endurance': Frank Hurley c1912-1915
Frank Hurley (1885-1962) • An Albatross
Frozen Adelie Penguin - Photo by Frank Hurley - 1911-1914
Frank Hurley The Endurance crushed between the floes. A week after the ship had been forced out of the ice came the final blow, the pressure crushed the ship into a mass of broken timber fragments, and the Endurance sank on October 25, 1915.
Shackleton, the crew of 'Endurance', Antarctica: Frank Hurley c1912-15
Winds during the Shackleton Expedition, Antarctica, c.1915 Frank Hurley