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Loo­king back at 2015 – Sep­tem­ber

A memo­ry card lost in the arc­tic wil­der­ness in 2009 was retur­ned to the owner after six years, to her (the owner’s) gre­at plea­su­re.

Mean­while, I had the gre­at plea­su­re to spend a very memo­rable week with the Ice­lan­dic scho­o­ner Ópal in Score­s­by­sund in east Green­land. What can I say. A stun­ning dis­play of arc­tic colours, a land­scape on a sca­le of its own kind. A hea­vy storm raging out on the open sea and in Ice­land, cal­ming down just in time to let us fly out wit­hout pro­blems – yes, some luck on your side is always hel­pful. And so is a buf­fer day in Ice­land if you come back from Green­land, just in case. I just men­ti­on it …

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

In Spits­ber­gen, Sep­tem­ber brings the often unde­re­sti­ma­ted magic of chan­ge bet­ween day and night back. Sun­sets and … of cour­se, nor­t­hern lights. Which we got. And, after seve­ral years, final­ly again a landing on Mof­fen, a for­bidden island in the sum­mer. The wal­rus­ses the­re were obvious­ly hap­py to see some peo­p­le. They don’t get to see too many the­re.



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last modification: 2016-01-05 · copyright: Rolf Stange