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The island of Parryoya, Svalbard

The fogbound, Arctic island of Parryøya, or Parry Island, in the Sjuøyane archipelago, northeastern Svalbard, named after the explorer William Parry, who explored the area in 1827. Parryøya is 1000km from the North Pole, and 1600km north of the Arctic Circle.


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_MG_0945-_parryoya_sjuoyane_20100624.jpg
Copyright
2010 Dave Walsh
Image Size
2866x4299 / 5.0MB
Contained in galleries
Cold Edge Exhibition, Copper House, Dublin 2012, The Cold Edge Millennium Images, Weather and Strange Things Seen in the Skies, The Cold Edge, Atmospheric, Aerial and other Phenomena, Seascapes, The Cold Edge Exhibition, Powerscourt Centre, 2017, Svalbard & the Arctic, Europe's Coastline, Limited Edition Prints, Arctic Nocturne, Brussels, Millennium Images, Exhibition: The Arctic: Another World?
The fogbound, Arctic island of Parryøya, or Parry Island, in the Sjuøyane archipelago, northeastern Svalbard, named after the explorer William Parry, who explored the area in 1827. Parryøya is 1000km from the North Pole, and 1600km north of the Arctic Circle.<br />
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This mage can be licensed via Millennium Images. Contact me for more details, or email mail@milim.com For giclée prints, contact me, or click "add to cart" to some standard print options.