Although a challenging environment – and one I wanted to enjoy! – I managed a few reasonable shots on the Bernina Express.
To reach an abandoned Russian town – and the northernmost point I’ve ever set foot – I had to continue my travels by boat. The best weather of the trip meant endlessly beautiful scenery, culminating in the Nordenskiöld glacier.
The remote arctic island of Svalbard – or, at least, its main settlement Longyearbyen, is not as inaccessible as you might imagine! Here’s what lured me there, how I managed to visit, and what I got up to whilst I was in town.