Photo Essay

Svalbard - Under The Midnight Sun


600 miles north of the Arctic Circle the North Atlantic drift makes the waters surprisingly inviting awakening the tundra to 165 species of plants. The hauntingly beautiful landscape is home to Huge Walrus, bearded & ringed seal, arctic fox, reindeer & of course the Polar Bear. Isbjorn (Norwegian for Ice Bear) are magnificent creatures supremely adapted to live amid the pack ice.

Svalbard is a place of deep fjords, mountains & massive sheets of ice. During summer the sun NEVER sets.

Anyone fortunate enough to travel with Lindblad Expeditions & National Geographic will NOT be disappointed by the 1st class adventure

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  • Rob Roy

    Rob Roy (Deleted) gave props (24 Nov 2008):

    Loree this is one of the best collections I've seen here yet!! KUDOS... BIG TIME!!!

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