Everyday objects Ernest Shackleton and Robert Falcon Scott carried to the Antarctic still sit in the explorers’ huts a century later. There are boots and condiments, ropes and books, shaving brushes and black leather dress shoes. Yes, black leather dress shoes. “Still Life: Inside the Antarctic Huts of Scott and Shackleton” (Murdoch) offers an eerie look inside the homes of heroes frozen in time. The excerpts from the explorers’ diaries and the essays by Nigel Watson, executive director of the Antarctic Heritage Trust, contain fascinating details, like the daily ration of a half pound of butter, but those are mere sidelights to Jane Ussher’s photographs.