I hypothesize that the surface temperature will increase as a result of COVID19’s shutdown of industry and transportation due to the reduction of aerosols.
Blue light and black and white
North 9 October – morning anchor Holmiabukta We motored out of Lilliehöökbreen that night [maybe the night of the 8th?], moving through the fjord while we had dinner and then onto the […]
Uncharted pop-culture We moved the other night, from the beach with the sand and glacier cubes to the north into another fjord. Anchoring on one side of Lloyd’s Hotel (Möllerfjorden), we did […]
7 October Sunday Möllerfjorden – Lloyd Hotel Yesterday – Fjortende Julibreen Yesterday, we continued motoring north along the strait between mainland Spitsbergen and the barrier island to the west; the water was […]
Svalbard Blues The Mercurial blues of Svalbard tell us time is a-wasting and the days of glacier glow are passing.
Fluid time It appears that I am out of sync. Dates in my journal and dates on the photos and the memory of each day’s locations do not agree. I realized too […]
The landscape equivalent of surround sound
3 October Hamnodden I’m already having trouble finding space. It’s just after 0600; the kitchen is waking up. I thought I would have time before everyone else got up. Ok. So, finding […]
Day 2, or 3 Sky, water, snow, mountains, and light all come together, fading one into the other or standing rigidly separate. Hard lines between water and mountains and mountains and sky […]