Arctic expedition
Arctic expedition 2018


Several weeks have now passed at our ice floe and life has become routine. The weather has been a mixed bag; some hard winds and blowing snow and what water around that was left is gradually turning to ice.
But once in a while we wake up to a clear sunny sky, and  that's when temperature drops; in the Arctic clouds are mostly warming the surface.
And evetually fog often forms but before the fog closes in completely, one can sometimes see the "fogbow" - a cousin to the rainbow - when sunlight interacts with fog droplets. A careful viewer can actually see there are three of them in this photo, inside each other. This means the droplets are really large, as fog droplets go; a sign of very few particles in the air.


Folow the expedition here.