I got to visit Svalbard a few months ago, and I took some photos that I thought turned out pretty good.
What the terrain looked like from the air. I don't know why, but the nearly alien desolation of Svalbard really appeals to me. It feels like a place that we're not supposed to even be in, and there's a sort of savage beauty to it.
Cabin by the sea. Trappers, maybe?
What passed for dusk, with what look like radar (or the like) installations in the distance.
Soviet/Russian coal mining settlement called Pyramiden. Mostly abandoned, but there's a hotel in one of the old dorm buildings nowadays.
Part of the actual mine in Pyramiden.
A Red October piano from Leningrad
Walruses having an argument
Seal for scale