Photograph: Crows' Nest

Production date
31 Mar 1912
One black and white photograph showing the Terra Nova's crows' nest, as seen from below. The ship's main mast can be seen rising from the bottom proper left corner to the centre of the photograph, with rigging and ropes to each side. Henry Rennick is shown descending the rigging on the proper right side of the photograph. Accompanied by a handwritten caption stating 'Looking up the mast at the Crows nest. Pennell in it. "Parni" coming down'.
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Dimensions (HxW) Inches: 3 x 4" (76.2 x 101.6mm)
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