Svalbard

I have a strange fascination with snow and ice, so it’s no surprise that I have visited Svalbard twice so far. The first visit was in March 2017, when daytime temperatures never rose above -24ºC and plunged as low as -45ºC at night. The second was in late summer of 2019 when my son Max and I circumnavigated Spitsbergen, the largest island in the Svalbard archipelago.

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‘Tarentallen’.

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Alkefjellet Bird Cliffs

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Coo Coo Ca Choo.

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Fire & Ice Sunset.

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Fredheim Cabins.

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Keeping Watch.

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Lenin Keeping Watch.

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Long Lingering Sunset.

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Longyearbyen in Spring.

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Midnight Sun Wildlife.

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Old Coal Bucket Line

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Rugged peaks.

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Russian Globe

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Ship of the Desert.

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Sunset near Pyramiden.

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Sunset on a Glacier.

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Tern to Stone.

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The Beast.

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Walrus on the Beach.

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World’s Largest Animal.

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