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Good luck remain­ed with us (do we have to pay for it?). A day like in para­di­se. Or, bet­ter: a day in para­di­se. One of Spitsbergen’s most impres­si­ve sce­neries under a bright arc­tic sun. A long, love­ly hike in the midd­le of Horn­sund. Horn­sund­tind and Bau­taen ahead, the migh­ty gla­ciers of Bre­pol­len to the left, Gnå­lod­den and the rest of it to the right. You could put the view on paper and sell it wit­hout doing any­thing to it.

Click on thumb­nail to open an enlar­ged ver­si­on of the spe­ci­fic pho­to.

The big gla­ciers in Hornsund’s deepest cor­ners were arc­tic show time. Big time! The­re was so much ice near the gla­cier, you could hard­ly see the water any­mo­re. The gla­cier was in good mood and added even more to it. The icing on the cake was the polar bear, sit­ting on an ice­berg some­ti­mes like on a thro­ne and some­ti­mes han­ging the­re like on a sofa, lying on his back, yaw­ning, stret­ching his arms and legs. A bit too far away, other­wi­se he would for sure have been the cover of the next pho­to book or calen­dar, some­thing like that.



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last modification: 2014-08-02 · copyright: Rolf Stange