II I witness ice absorbed by the sea feeding her body of water warming current events on a bed she curtsies with the wind – swoons by the moon she rises and falls over again she resists – giving only[…..]
Video by Matt Wainwright.
Not yet mentioned as crew members have been our small little friends and helpers: the pocket monsters. Deborah Warner is traveling under the guidance of her two little, brightly colored friends (which she got from a dear young friend to[…..]
Almost midnight; the Nooderlicht is moored in snow-blasted Fuglefjorden in north-west Svalbard, and we are all huddled together on the deck to watch the marvel of nature we’d been hoping we might witness; a polar bear diving in the freezing[…..]
At last, I had my first encounter with pteropods! This morning, I set off on the dingy with Nina and Aafke to search for them. I did a few plankton net trawls in Murchinson Fjord at Kinnvika Bay and I[…..]
We woke up in Kinnvika fjord in the north west of Svalbard. From the deck, we saw low hinterlands scattered with snow, rising to peaks; and in the distance a thin white line of sea ice trapped by the wind[…..]
Images by Nina Horstmann
All 20 voyagers made it so far to Oslo. Excess luggage is over 150kg and the need for several empty water containers is still oblivious to some. And on we go. The next leg of the journey is Tromso and[…..]
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