Kittiwakes at Gnålodden. June 2019. The Arctic is changing rapidly with climate change. The summer starts earlier and finishes later, sea ice is breaking up earlier and slow to consolidate in the fall, while glaciers are melting in the summer 'heat' and receding. These changes are having alarming consequences for the native species. This picture is from a series made on the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard and was taken at Gnålodden on the shore of Hornsund -a fjord on the island's west coast.