Soon it’s winter and time for one of the most incredible events of the year! Large groups of orcas and humpbacks enter the fjords of Northern Norway to hunt for herring. This year I have teamed up with @aegirexpedition and together we will host a week long photography workshop on a sailboat, for a group limited to 4 guests. Would you like to join us? Check out the link in my bio 🐳💙
There are some arctic foxes sneaking around. Thanks to @seeandexplore_ for finding them! Did you see my story about my new photography workshop, whales in Northern Norway? Be sure to check it out - link in bio! It’s gonna be awesome!
The sailboat Antigua is making some beautiful patterns in the water in front of the massive glacier Nordenskiöldsbreen.
Nordenskiöldsbreen, a massive glacier across the fjord from Longyearbyen. Of all the natural wonders of the world, glaciers are my my favourite 💙
While scouting for arctic foxes we saw some spectacular mountain peaks in between the fog. Because Svalbard consists of mostly rocks and ices, cold temperatures and low humidity, it falls into the northern part of our planet known as ‘Arctic desert'.
Being white amongst black rocks is not the best camouflage. Luckily for this little fellow snow came the morning after, and he turned invisible. Nature works in astonishing ways 💙
Dressed up in her winter coat, she’s smelling winter in the air. And the morning after everything was covered in white.
Local inhabitants of Svalbard. They are both marine mammals and they are both dependent on sea ice and clean oceans to survive.
The dramatic Svalbard mountains, kissed by the last sunlight of the day. I’ve never been here in fall before, but now I’m addiced. It’s been amazing seeing the landscape change so fast and the light has been the softest of soft.
The Svalbard reindeer is getting dressed for winter. We found this sweet and chubby little guy when scouting for foxes with @seeandexplore_