A little bit later in the season and a bit further south as Spitsbergen, makes autumn a beautiful time on the tundra in Scoresby Sund. Because of the more southerly position (Spitsbergen is just south of 80ºN, where Scoresby Sund is around 70ºN), there is a lot more vegetation. There are still no proper trees, but the willow is a lot bigger already and there are more Dwarf Birches and berry-bushes. All this, colours nicely yellow, red and orange, giving the Tundra a beautiful autumn setting.
And when you keep a good eye out, one can even see a few of the very last flowers, like this Arctic Harebell.