Svalbard is possibly one of the most beautiful places in the world with all its fjords, mountains and unique wildlife. From total dark days to sun all day, it creates an intense life during the summer months both on land and at sea. If you want to know a bit about birds and wildlife on Svalbard, see Norwegian Polar Institute and Birdlife Svalbard

Adventdalen, Longyearbyen
North-West Spitsbergen
Moss campion – Fjellsmelle (Silene acaulis)
Northern fulmar – Havhest (Fulmarus glacialis)
Devonian red sandstones in Woodfjorden
A glowing Polar bear – Isbjørn (Ursus maritimus) at the Raudfjord
Soon midnight on the isfjorden sea
Blue whale -Blåhval (Balaenoptera musculus)
The largest mammal on earth
Svalbard poppy – Svalbardvalmue (Papaver dahlianum)
Barnacle goose – Hvitkinngås (Branta leucopsis)
On the way to the fishing field, Little auk – Alkekonge (Alle alle)
Artic fox – Polarrev (Vulpes lagopus) in its proper element.
Tundra starwort – Snøstjerneblom (Stellaria crassipes)
Mine 7 in Longyearbyen
Northern minke whale – Vågehval (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) North West Spitsbergen
Near New Ålesund
Walrus – Hvalross (Odobenus rosmarus) at Moffen
Arctic tern – Rødnebbterne (Sterna paradisaea)
Alpine whitlowgrass – Bleikrublom (Draba oxycarpa)
Svalbard reindeer – Svalbardrein (Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus)
Back from the fishing fields, Little auk – Alkekonge (Alle alle)
Polarbear searching, Raudfjorden
Geology – geologi
Bog saxifraga – Myrsildre (Saxifraga hirculus)
Sled dogs at Longyearbyen February 22
Landscape around Longyearbyen February 22
Sled dog