|Figure 1 - Photograph p48-14-94 SPRI Freezeframe.|
The night of 12 January 1912 The Northern Party camped on the moraine at the entrance of the Boomerang glacier. The next day was clear and while Priestley and Levick looked at the rocks in the moraine, Campbell headed up the glacier to see if it was a suitable route for sledges.
|Figure 2 - Google Earth image with photograph superimposed|
|Figure 3 - Looking down the Browning Pass with the Boomerang Glacier on the right.|
(SPRI p48-14-173 with additional text).
Both were the searching the moraine while Campbell and two others headed up the glacier. SPRI state the photograph was taken on a glass plate negative. As most of Priestley’s photographs were on plastic file then this photograph was probably taken by Levick.
Figure 4 - Panorama from photographs p48-14-94 and P54-16-271 SPRI Freezeframe.