King crab fishing – in the middle of the day – on a frozen fjord in Kirkenes, a tiny town located in the northernmost stretch of Norway, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Norway.

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King crab fishing on a frozen fjord in Kirkenes, a tiny town located in the northernmost stretch of Norway, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle. It was December so the sun never rose – I took these photos in the middle of the day. I was wearing eight layers of technical clothes, AND this blue astronaut snowsuit and still thought I would die from freezingcoldness. Norway.

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King crab fishing – in the middle of the day – on a frozen fjord in Kirkenes, a tiny town located in the northernmost stretch of Norway, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle. The king crabs looked like giant crab bugs. I felt grossed out and sorry for them at the same time. Norway.

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King crab fishing – in the middle of the day – on a frozen fjord in Kirkenes, a tiny town located in the northernmost stretch of Norway, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle. The king crabs looked like giant crab bugs. I felt grossed out and sorry for them at the same time. Norway.

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King crab fishing – in the middle of the day – on a frozen fjord in Kirkenes, a tiny town located in the northernmost stretch of Norway, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Here the fisherman begins catching crabs, which made me super sad. Norway.

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After we finished king crab fishing – in the middle of the day – on a frozen fjord in Kirkenes, a tiny town located in the northernmost stretch of Norway, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle, in our 8 layers plus astronaut suits, we snowmobiled in the pitch black through a forest to a cabin to cook and eat the crabs. I felt too sorry for the crabs to eat them. Norway.

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