Above, a look at the 2018 winterover photo, including the detailed frame insets...all this was created by Richard Osburn, Joshua Neff, and Ian Mannix. Still to come...a closer look at the photo itself which was taken by Ken Keenan, as well as more documentation of those amazing frame details from Richard Osburn.
Here's the official midwinters greeting card which went out to other Antarctic stations and the rest of the world. The Laurence M. Gould headed north on 15 June, but this photo features and names everyone--winterovers, the departing summer people, and the LMG crew.
Oh...this year we have something new--a midwinter video! This was excerpted from a 3-station midwinter video that NSF posted on Facebook...and posted by Jake Grondin, one of three grantees from Bill Detrich's lab at Northeastern University who are wintering to study notothenioid fishes. Enjoy!
A few days later, the midwinter dinner was held (oh, there were also some polar plunges). Here's the table setting; this photo from Mike Rice.
And here's the dinner crowd...well, presumably all but the photographer Joshua Neff
who provided this photo (it also appeared in the Antarctic Sun station report archives).
And here's the midwinter dinner menu...planned and created by chef Kristen Vawter with lots of help!