All up in this trip there will be four photo sources. Nikon D7000, Olympus TG-3, DJI Mavic Air and Samsung S10. The Olympus is used when I need something waterproof (ie in the ocean, kayaking etc). There will be a few drone shots from the Maldives (flying restrictions/difficulties elsewhere). If there are specific pictures you want further info on, just askFantastic photos. What are you using?
Great photos ... a bit of sunshine and blue skies always welcomeDay 3 had the major stop in Trondheim. The weather was cold, but blue skies. We decided to do the kayak expedition rather than spending time on dry land.. It was ourselves plus three others from the ship, plus a guide. It involved a 15 minute drive up the river to the launch point. We had the option of a dry suit, but given no rain there was no need for this. From there we paddled down stream and into the old part of town, taking in some amazing views. I'll let the photos do the talking. All taken from the kayak. This would be pretty suitable for a kayaking beginner and a lovely way to see the place.
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I had the same tour director on my Polarlys cruise 2 years ago (same guy who was pouring the ice above). He made the cruise so worthwhile and made us all have a great time onboard!Now I did say there was a ceremony when crossing the Arctic Circle. Now you might be wondering why this idiot is wearing a t-shirt in the cold. I watched everyone else go before me wearing their jumpers and jackets. Guess where all that ice lands up getting caught?