When you’re just walking on some arctic rock but in front of you is one of the largest glacial bay traffic jam. 🚦
We were in Greenland 🇬🇱, exploring a glacier that receded, yet still produced so many icebergs so fast that they are all jammed in the Arctic Ocean bay unable to get out. 🤷♀️
I love how it just looks like I’m walking on some rock u til you zoom out to this ❄️
Points of Interest: glaciers
Photo by: @befitandtravel
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The challenges of Aurora hunting... I’m grateful for every photo of the Aurora even if it’s not the composition I was hoping for. This was captured from our deck a few nights ago. We were forced to return to our cabin due to whiteout conditions. For a brief moment the clouds then parted and it quickly socked back in. 🌨
Svalbard morning snow scooter to a mountain way out in the wilderness. Stunning surroundings and the northern lights even showed up to play 🙏
What a trip!
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Last week guest speaker Wendi Pillars (@wendipillars) took us on a fantastic journey of the mind to the Arctic world of St. Lawrence Island. She showed us around with snapshots and stories of the Siberian Yupiks, the island’s inhabitants. The Yupiks' subsistence culture depends on a close, respectful relationship with the sea and local wildlife, a relationship that’s being devastated by climate change. Wendi shared images of native seabirds and discussed how climate change is altering their migration and hindering their survival. Thanks for sharing your story Wendi. Thanks for reminding us that global warming affects people, their lives, and their culture in an indelible way. #WASmeeting#siberianyupik#stlawrenceisland#savoonga#crestedauklet
I have completely fallen for Finnmark. The biggest and the least populated county at the very northernmost tip of Norway. It is a place of majestic fjords, treeless mountainous landscapes, and just wild wild rugged nature. Just how I like it.
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WINTER STORIES ❄⛄❄
Winter is cold, but i think its beauty is quiet, poetic and in its own way romantic
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4 things you just HAVE TO see in Iceland:
1) Waterfalls along the South Coast
2) Geysers of the Golden Circle
3) Europe's largest glacier
4) ... Link in bio!