So you thought you’ve seen enough ice, water, all different variations of grey? This breathtaking spot in arctic Svalbard - shared by sturmsucht - will give you all the chills. And we’re not only talking about the chills we feel when we are freezing. But the ones coming in awe of the earth’s natural force. The archipelago of Svalbard, which is also referred to as “cold coast” is located between the Arctic and the northern Atlantic ocean. Including around 400 small islands and skerries spread across this Norwegian area, only one of them is actually inhabitable and home to around 2700 citizens in total. Located far north of the polar circle, the sun won’t rise in Svalbard from mid-November until late January and does not set between the end of April and August.