What’s next?


So, now we’ve looked back to 2012, what’s up for 2013? Well, for me 2013 is packed with trips to the north! In the second half of February I’ll head up to Iceland. Together with my mother and Geert will we look for winter landscapes and, hopefully, the spectacular Aurora borealis or Northern Light. Would be great to see that again and be able to capture it above the beautiful Icelandic landscape. In early May I’ll go back to Wild Brown Bear in Finland, where I took the above picture in 2011. Together with Ingvar I hope to be just as successful as I was the first time, with many Brown Bears and a beautiful Wolverine. With my new equipment and knowledge I should be able to make even nicer pictures. Then comes summer. No surprise there. I’ll join Oceanwide Expeditions again as a tourguide on trips around Sptisbergen. Not sure yet how many, but it will be great anyhow.

So, that’s only the first 7-8 months… Autumn is still uncertain, but there are plans to go canoeing in the Swedish fjells… Oh, and when I’m back home (and not teaching at school, that’s something I’ll have to do as well…), I might chase a few dragonflies or other things to capture.

Not such a bad year, so it seams 🙂 I’ll keep you posted on my blog, or also on my facebookpage. Enjoy!

Arjen Drost

Arjen is a Polar ecologist, nature photographer and full time expedition guide on expedition cruise ships in both Polar regions. With his pictures and stories he likes to show the beauty of these very fragile and threatened places.

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