For last three years I'm really obsessed by Greenland. It's a beautiful country with wild nature. Although it's very hard to organize a journey there. I'm happy that it's possible to travel there with our friends on a yacht with beautiful red sails. I've made a selection of photos with our sailing vessel Peter-1. The idea was to show the scale and fragility of Ice Kingdom. When you see these giants, they just leave you in awe. We wished to show the scale introducing our yacht in landscape. It's just fantastic how little we are comparing to the nature scale.
We spent hours and hours positioning our yacht at the right angle and waiting in zodiac boat to make these shots possible.
Excited to *preview* screen @thebreakingicefilm in #quebeccity tonight at #ArcticChange2017 . We've been working at this thing for a little while now and it's exciting to finally the start the process of letting it out into the world and having other 👀 on it. More details on the film to come of course, but for now, here's the bow of the icebreaker I was on for weeks... going through the Tallurugik or Northwest Passage.
Kona Deep comes from an extraordinary deep ocean current originally filled with water from melted glaciers in Greenland and Iceland. To learn more about Kona Deep’s full 1000 year journey, visit our site – link in bio || #rethinkyourwater 📷: @danielkordan
Qaanaaq (or Thule) was the first part of Greenland to be colonised by Inuits from the west more than 4500 years ago. Ancient philosophers called it Ultima Thule, or the edge of known territory. Greenlanders called the area Avanersuaq, the great north. Photo by: Karsten Bidstrup #weexplore#greenland#thule#qaanaaq