Here are some pictures from this place
obtained from SCAR composite gazetteer
SCAR Gazetteer Ref. No 11521
This name originates from United Kingdom, but is also called , Potter Cove (United States of America), Potter, Caleta (Chile) and Potter, caleta (Argentina).
It is part of the Gazetteer of the British Antarctic Territory and the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica.
Between Winship Point and Three Brothers Hill, S King George Island, was roughly charted by nineteenth-century sealers (having been discovered by Capt. John Roberts, of the King George from Liverpool) and described as the best harbour on the coast of the island (Fildes, 1821a); named Potter's Cove, possibly after Capt. Samuel Potter, a British navigator of the period (Sherratt, 1821, col. 1215; Powell, chart, 1822a; Foster and Kendall, chart, 1829a)...
Pictures by Stephen Roberts, BAS (CC-BY).
412 times added
you can also browse all species
Antarctic lollipop sponge
Antarctic brandy snap bryozoan
Cormorant (Blue-Eyed Shag)
Orca (Killer) Whale
Southern Elephant seal
Southern rockhopper penguin
solitary stony coral/ cup coral
stoloniferous soft coral
Antarctic fur seal (Kerguelen fur seal)
There are no items on your guide yet!