On a cloudy day a hike into the misty mountains yields much needed nature therapy. At first there is resistance but once the feet hit the trail and the rain jacket put on it all seems to feel just right.
This wasn’t the biggest iceberg in the pond but boy oh boy the evening light sure made it special. Photographed while kayaking in Sermilik Fjord, East Greenland, August 2013.
Ice floats free under the arctic sky in East Greenland on a summer afternoon.
Experiencing wilderness is like taking a ride in a time machine to a place familiar yet distant. That old friend you love to see but are a bit wary of all the same.
As humans we have the ability to protect wilderness, let’s do so before it is too late.
Pinhole photograph taken on a very windy morning in East Greenland, 2013 using a simple pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax 100 iso film.
Calm water and a funky sky hours before a major storm blew through. Rain and wind all night had us holding onto the tent poles to prevent a collapse. A little vinegar in the stew makes it just a bit more flavorful. Angmagssalik fjord, Greenland.
Small Ice piece floating in a big sea. East Greenland.