I spent a year at McMurdo Station in Antarctica, AMA
First off, there are certainly redditors out there with far more Antarctica experience than I have. I was there for a year and I have friends who've spent way more time down there. So if you know more than I do, chime in! Still, I was a general assistant and later a carpenter's helper for a year. Because of my job I got to fly to a lot of camps that most people don't get to visit. I loved it and encourage more people to try for jobs on our harshest continent. (Kind of an inside joke there) Anywho, AMA
Proof: http://i.imgur.com/ZYJUF.jpg I'm looking for a more "this is obviously Antarctica picture. I'll search for a picture from the winter as well."
Also, check this guy out: http://www.frozensouth.com/ I was down there with him and he's making what looks like will be a great film about his vast experience on ice.
Edit: Alright All, It's been great but I've got to head off. This has successfully kept me from writing an essay for long enough. I"ll probably answer some more questions later if they come up. Thanks for the great time.