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A photograph of a camp under the Wild Mountains taken during the last, tragic voyage to Antarctica by Captain Robert Falcon Scott, circa November 1911. Scott was tutored by Herbert Ponting, the renowned photographer who was the camera artist to the expedition, which enabled Scott to take his own memorable pictures before perishing on his return from the South Pole on or after 29th March 1912. (Photo by Captain Robert Falcon Scott/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

A photograph of a camp under the Wild Mountains taken during the last, tragic voyage to Antarctica by Captain Robert Falcon Scott, circa November 1911.  Scott was tutored by Herbert Ponting, the renowned photographer who was the camera artist to the expedition, which enabled Scott to take his own memorable pictures before perishing on his return from the South Pole on or after 29th March 1912.  (Photo by Captain Robert Falcon Scott/Popperfoto/Getty Images)