It's the ultimate Scotch on ice. Whisky lovers are celebrating the recovery of five crates of Scotch and brandy belonging to Sir Ernest Shackleton, buried for more than 100 years in the ice under the explorer's hut in Antarctica, the BBC reported.
Here, outside their tent on the ice, Hurley on the left and Shackleton on the right. Hurley is cutting fine strips of seal blubber - fuel for the portable stove which sits between them, and which he invented.
Desperate: The crew, hauling the James Caird behind them, after their ship the Endurance was broken up. Shackleton and five of his men made the open boat journey to South Georgia Island in the tiny James Caird
Previously-unseen images of Shackleton's 1915 Antarctic expedition