The Premier Source for Antarctic Images and Information - Tech Learning

The Premier Source for Antarctic Images and Information

Jim and Lisa Mastro had the opportunity to spend time in the Antarctic and have developed this website to share their amazing photos and bits of their experiences in this land of ice. courtesy of netTrekker
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Jim and Lisa Mastro had the opportunity to spend time in the Antarctic and have developed this website to share their amazing photos and bits of their experiences in this land of ice.

courtesy of netTrekker

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