The Royal Navy’s successful invasion of Jamaica in 1655 had a lot of terribly negative outcomes. The commanders ended up in the Tower of London. Many of the English sailors fell sick or starved. A lot of Spanish settlers died. But there was one undeniably positive outcome: rum.
Who said there’s no colour at the poles? The crew of the HMS Protector visiting Port Lockroy, Antarctica surely didn’t — because this shot is far from white.