Flying out of Grise Fiord a couple of days ago, I took these photos from the plane. The window was repeatedly frosting up, so these pictures turned out rather well considering they were taken through a layer of frost that I kept scratching at to try to clear.
Here's Grise Fiord (the actual fiord, not the town), with the open water at the mouth of it. The light is the "golden hour" of evening, even though it's just after noon. It's only around a week from losing the sun for 3 and a half months, so the days are very short and the sun just scoots across the southern horizon for around 3 hours. The sunsets are also long and beautiful at this time of the year.
Thin layer of ice, with some thicker pieces that have broken off freezing into it:
I love the patterns that broken ice makes on the ocean:
I loved this pattern, and the way it meets a cloud bank at the top of the photo:
This photo is from my hotel room in Resolute, of the sun setting in early afternoon: