We were lucky to see two Humpback whales on our way yesterday and today we had a large pod of Long-finned Pilot Whales run along side the Fram.
The morning sunrise was spectacular!
Along the way, we were accompanied by a few seabirds including Northern Fulmars and this lovely, immature Iceland Gull. One of us also caught a glimse of a flock of small, all-white gulls which we think were Ivory Gulls. Although not from this trip, your faithful bloggers wanted to let you know what an Ivory Gull looks like. Spring is very late year in Greenland and there is lots of ice around. This is perhaps why the Ivory Gulls were there.
|An immature Iceland Gull|