It’s been a few busy weeks since I came home from Australia. I know I said earlier that I wanted to leave because of the cold winter and it looks like I went to an even colder place instead. And I did. But only for a week, I promise. Norwegian summer, the real kind, will be awaiting me after the weekend.

I’m obsessed with glaciers and was lucky to get up close to one today when we were heading for Barentsburg, the Russian settlement on Svalbard. I’m getting used to regretting not bringing my DSLR with a  telephoto lens, because today, I didn’t bring it. There were a couple of seals chilling on the icebergs, but they were too far away to be able to capture them with my Fuji x100s.

More photos from our trip will hopefully be coming up here soon. Meanwhile, enjoy these photos of the Esmark Glacier.

Ragnhild Utne er en fotograf, kommunikasjonsdesigner og guide bosatt i Longyearbyen. Hun har en bachelorgrad i fotografi fra RMIT University, Australia, og en mastergrad i kommunikasjonsdesign fra University of the Arts London.

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