This 360° view is composed of about a dozen pictures I took on 22 April 2013, on the sea ice of Svalbard’s Tempelfjord, in front of the Von Post glacier.
When taking pictures for a panorama, it is generally good practice to mount the camera on a tripod and keep settings unchanged between frames. The pictures used for this panorama were shot in full auto mode with a hand-held compact camera, and not post-processed in any way, which shows in the result.
On this particular panorama, I’ve added place marks to point out a few features around the fjord. The Norwegian Polar Institute has a nice topographical map of the area.