I took this photo from the top of Danco island, of a small island on the west side of the Antarctic Peninsula, at approximately 9:45 p.m. Like Alaska in the summer time, Antarctica enjoys a lot of daylight. I did not visit this location on my last excursion to Antarctica, but when looking at this scene, in conjunction with the time of night, location of the sun, you can envision a whole lot of landscape opportunities in a future visit. Besides the obvious beautiful and other-worldly scene itself, the clouds are a key component of interest in this picture. I can fast forward an hour or so in my mind and imagine some pink light flooding the overhead sky. Maybe on the next trip.