Getting to this exact spot without slipping was something only a penguin could do.
Imagine hard packed ice that is somewhere between the density of diamond and a collapsed star that is covered with a fine mist at 32.01 degrees. And then imagine walking on that in tuxedo shoes. Also, you are carrying an eight pound camera with a tripod that has roughly the same dimensions and weight as a flagpole.
But, all in all, this turned out very nice, with the ice-green glacier in the background.