Midnight Fjord (Sold)
The seal is one of the most common Arctic mammals. It spends its short summers playing in the fjords along Arctic islands and near the streams coming down from melting glaciers. Since the sun never sets during the Arctic Summer, seals can be seen playing and feeding along coastlines, particularly near the points where rivers meet the sea and along ice floes in the High Arctic. The first seal I experienced was one sunny midnight along the shore where we had pulled our kayaks up for lunch. This seal was carved from the beautiful orange alabaster found in Utah.
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