A couple have made history becoming the first people to get married in the British Antarctic Territory.
Tom Sylvester, from Sheffield, and his wife Julie Baum, from Yoxley, took their vows at the British Antarctic Survey's Rothera Research Station.
The couple, who have been together for 11 years, shared their special day with 20 fellow 'over-winterers' - the nickname for those who spend the winter in Antartica.
The experienced mountaineers started their two-day celebration with a champagne breakfast.
A wedding menu, prepared by the station chef, was followed by a party with live music from the resident band.
Julie, assisted by some of the women on the station, made her own wedding dress at the base.
For her 'something old' she sewed in part of an old orange pyramid tent.
The dress was not the only thing handmade, Tom used a laithe to make their wedding rings from brass.
Her husband Tom, says he never imagined they would be able to get married in one of the most remote places on Earth.
Rothera Research Station Leader and a British Antarctic Territory (BAT) Magistrate Paul Samways performed the ceremony. He said:
"Having spent time with Julie and Tom over the Austral summer and half of the Antarctic winter I feel amazingly privileged to be able to be part of their story. They are amazing people, and being responsible for joining them in marriage is an incredible honour."