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Part 2: Journey to the Arctic with Janet & John Tangney

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Janet & John Tangney have been married for almost 41 years and live in Oregon. John's full time job is writing Computer Aided Design software, and Janet was previously a pre-school teacher and substitute teacher for high school special education class. While John is a photo enthusiast, Janet also enjoys the hobby. They primarily go to National Parks in the USA on their travels, and love the Northwest. John had previously gotten to go to Antarctica with Quark Expeditions, and hopes to be able to return to there with Janet in a couple of years. They have a website, www.pbase.com/jctangney where they post photos for all to view and enjoy.

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Part 1: Journey to the Arctic with Janet & John Tangney

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Janet & John Tangney have been married for almost 41 years and live in Oregon. John's full time job is writing Computer Aided Design software, and Janet was previously a pre-school teacher and substitute teacher for high school special education class. While John is a photo enthusiast, Janet also enjoys the hobby. They primarily go to National Parks in the USA on their travels, and love the Northwest. John had previously gotten to go to Antarctica with Quark Expeditions, and hopes to be able to return to there with Janet in a couple of years. They have a website, www.pbase.com/jctangney where they post photos for all to view and enjoy.

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The Spectacular Lemaire Channel

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7 miles of sheer beauty!

Renowned as one of the most beautiful parts of the world, the Lemaire Channel runs between the mainland of the Antarctic peninsula and Booth Island, off the Graham Coast.

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North Pole bound

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Russian Icebreaker The 50 Years of Victory heads north in this incredible photo from our July 2012 North Pole cruise.

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Picture perfect Iceberg and water

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This photo from an incredibly talented Quark Expeditions passenger's Antarctic Explorer voyage is so perfect it almost looks like a painting. It's almost impossible to take a bad photo in Antarctica - trust us!

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Show the love on Valentine's Day.

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Photo submitted by Quark passenger.

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Guest Post: Antarctica: Tips from a Quark Passenger by Kellie Netherwood

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This guest post is from Kellie Netherwood, who travelled on the Ocean Diamond from 26 December 2012 to 14 January 2013 on the Explorers & Kings Expedition, visiting the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and Antarctica. Kellie shares her travel and photography experiences to inspire others to create their own at Destination Unknown . Her website features a section dedicated to her recent Antarctica travels and she shares some of her experiences with us here, including helpful tips for first time Quark passengers.

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