Brown Bluff and Devil Island

We spent the afternoon at Brown Bluff, our second continental landing, formed by a volcano; it is named Brown Bluff because of its steep slopes and its brown -to-black hyaloclastite. Devil Island is in the middle of a small bay by of the coast of Vega Island.  There we were able to zodiac and spend time with the cormorants and we were able to see Adelie penguins and a large number of crabeater and elephant seals.