100 Years old Unique Negatives Preserved in a ice block provides glimpse of Antarctica adventures Tauheed Ahmad December 8, 2016 Amazing & Incredible 1309 Almost 100 years back, a box of unique negatives has been preserved in a block of ice in Antarctica. In recent times, Conservators of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust came across the twenty two exposed, but unprocessed, cellulose nitrate negatives during an effort to restore an old exploration hut. It is believed that negatives were Ross Sea Party Ernest Shackleton’s 1914-1917, a group that was stranded, in the hut during a blizzard when their ship blew out to a sea, but eventually they were rescued, but their box remained buried until now. These negatives are carefully processed in order to expose the historic mysteries on each frame. Although somewhat damaged, but these can be really called unique negatives which provides a rare glimpse of 100 years back adventures tour. AHT Executive Director Nigel Watson says, it is the first example that I am aware of, of undeveloped negatives from a century ago from the Antarctic heroic era. There’s a paucity of images from that expedition. Via Mymodernmet Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsStunning luminous landscapes pictures of California WaterfallsExquisite Motion of Birds in Mid-FlightIncredible Close Up of Frozen BubblesGlow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream Exists And It’s Made Out of JellyfishBreathtaking Frozen Views of Niagara Falls?A Glimpse of Islamic FaithThe Headland Downpatrick, IrelandJoal-Fadiouth Village Entirely Made of Sea ShellsStunning Captures of Snow TreesLake of Fire, Sao Miguel Island-AzzoreFrightening Glass Capsules Hang 400 Feet above Peru’s Sacred ValleyGisborne Airport; Railway Line Intersecting the Runway Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.