The volcanic cone of Mt Galloway, in the distance, is the highest point on the Antipodes Islands, at 366 metres. Mt Waterhouse, to the south, is another high cone. The Poa litorosa tussocks and Polystichum vestitum ferns which dominate the landscape can be seen in the foreground.
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Photograph by J. L. Kendrick
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