Global climate warming is amplified in the Arctic. One of the most visible results is glacier retreat and an associated increase in calving rates. Icebergs, Disko Bay, Greenland.
The football season inside Arctic Circle is short, but still, football is a trendy sport in Greenland. Football pitch, Qeqertarsuaq, Greenland.
Icelandic interior is often foggy and mesmerized, offering spectacular views of glacial lakes and extinct volcanos. Dómadalsvatn, Iceland.
Crossing a glacier makes human being small and humble. It is also the only way to obtain valuable glaciological knowledge about glacier behaviour and response to climate changes. Svínafellsjökull, Iceland.
Iceland is famous for its strong winds and rapidly changing weather conditions. Seeing the surface of glacial lagoon Fjallsárlón smooth as a mirror was one of the most stunning views after several days of heavy storms. Fjallsárlón, Iceland.
Heavy-duty Landrover Defender is a go-to vehicle if you need to drive into Icelandic interior. Breiðamerkursandur, Iceland.
Exploring misty waters of proglacial lakes offers rare opportunity to experience silently dying glaciers. Heinabergslón, Iceland.
100 years ago the ice surface reached tops of the bright-coloured lateral moraines. Nowadays the glacier is rapidly decaying and retreating. Hørbyebreen, Svalbard.
As the climate is warming, north-east Greenland experience “hot” weather conditions with air temperatures during summer reaching almost 20C
As the glaciers retreat, tourist infrastructure has to be moved higher and closer to the ice margin. Langjökull, Iceland.
Black Sand Beach, Vik, Iceland