Images in this gallery are marked with an electronic watermark. If you would like a copy email me at Gold Harbour (54°37′S 35°56′W) is a small bay 5 miles (8 km) south-southwest of Cape Charlotte, with Bertrab Glacier at its head, along the east end of South Georgia. During the early 1900s, the feature was variously called Anna's Bay, Gold-Hafen or Sandwich Bay; the latter name has also been used for Iris Bay. The approved name appears to have taken root through common usage by sealers and whalers and is now well established. It is so called because the sun's rays make the cliffs yellow with their light in the morning and evening. - Andy Patton