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Instagram post 17861233459085706 Nature power 💪💪💪
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Instagram post 17889148888307045 "Hyperborea", Panorama of Ketil Mountain and Tasermiut Fjord in the Morning, South Greenland #ansharphoto #greenland #tasermiut #arctic #nikon #d850 #nikonnofilter #nikoneurope #myrrs

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Instagram post 17881555672313766 The settlement of Tasiusaq in South Greenland sorrounded by big walls of mountains with jagged peaks.
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📸 rawmeyn - Thank you for capturing the magnifinent beauty of South Greenland
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Instagram post 17937047377106855 I've been sitting on this image for some time (since September last year) and am still not really satisfied with the result. I guess posting it here will, at least for now, put and to my pondering the why. Is it because I'm slapping myself for not taking any 'epic' panorama shots when I was here? Is it my mediocre post processing? The fact that maxrivephotography 's images of this locations are so incredible that they make everything else seem terrible? Whatever the case, it certainly wasn't the breathtaking view or stunning light - this was a moment to truly enjoy and be captivated by Greenland's immense beauty. Maybe this shot  serves as a reminder of how some memories are simply best kept vivid in our mind.

Oh, a big thanks to shanewheelphoto for guiding the group up this hill (it was a tough battle for some of us :D) and for offering me to borrow your bright red jacket!
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Instagram post 17998777876209842 "Flashback Friday. Ulamertorsuaq is one of the most impressive walls in the World. It sits on Greenland’s Tasermiut Fjord and rises 6,000 feet straight up from sea level. As someone who is somewhat afraid of heights, I could not believe that climbers from all over gather here to summit the peak. I can’t fathom the amount of dedication, mental dexterity and athleticism that it would take to accomplish this feat. Just getting to this point was a challenge and took many days of travel to arrive. It’s wild how giant peaks seem to attract and create their own weather. I enjoyed watching the clouds enshroud the giant from afar. Greenland is still probably the most “wild and untouched” place I’ve traveled. There is something special about being some of the only souls for miles and miles.
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Camera: Canon 5DS R
Lens: Canon 70-200mm L II
ISO: 100
Focal: 85mm
Aperture: f/11
Shutter: 1/200s"
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📸 Brian Love / bloveimages - Thank you for sharing your adventure in Tasermiut Fjord, South Greenland with us!
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Instagram post 17925432853025190 Our friends northernlightspictures bringing you some of the best Aurora Borealis shots.
Tag the person you would love to see the Northern Lights with!
Photo by the talented danielkordan
#tasermiut #greenland #lightupyoursoul #soultravelers
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Instagram post 17895844300339111 "Tasermiut fjord - stunning scenery in every direction. 💙
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We left for the boat ride when it was foggy and cloudy, and we were expecting poor weather for the day.
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Fortunately, the clouds started to break quite early on and they completely disappeared before we even reached the head of the fjord.
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Perfect weather, perfect scenery. 💙"
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📸 ee_va_ef - Thank you for sharing your adventure with us!
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Instagram post 18027268855200206 Napassorssuaq (Kirkespiret, The Church Spire) and Nûgssûp qâqâ.
Instagram post 18020612875118590 "Wizard's Hat", Tasersuaq Lake and Tasermiut Fjord in the Evening, South Greenland  #ansharphoto #greenland #tasermiut #arctic #nikon #d850 #nikonnofilter #nikoneurope #myrrs

Single shot, focal length 14 mm, aperture f/11, shutter speed 1/13, ISO 64, tripod.

In my career as a photographer, I’ve visited some places that are definitely off the beaten path. I’ve been fortunate to get to some remote locations, including some that required more than the usual amount of planning and effort. I’ve manhandled valuable camera equipment up winding mountain trails and found myself so deep in the Kalahari Desert that it seemed I was the last person on earth. And I’ve never been disappointed by any of these adventures.

But Greenland had long seemed out of reach, even for a seasoned travel photographer. It was a place I had dreamed of seeing for years, but it seemed impossibly remote, so far removed from the well-trod tourist path that only the most intrepid of travelers would ever see it.

In 2017, however, I had the chance to join an expedition with acclaimed Russian photographer danielkordan. The expedition would not only give me the chance to learn from someone whose work I hold in high esteem, but it would take me to a place I’d feared I might never get to see — Greenland.

There’s an element of Greenland’s history that not many people know. According to Norse legend, Erik the Red gave it the name “Greenland,” in spite of the fact that the majority of its landscape is covered in ice. It’s believed that he wanted to attract other settlers to his newfound home, and in the process became a very early example of false advertising.

But Southern Greenland, an area that many tourists skip in favor of the island’s icy expanses, lives up to its name. Here, at the very tip of the island, is a landscape of sheep farms and green pastures punctuated by dramatic fjords. The expedition would take us here, to this imposing sliver of Greenland, where we would cut though icy waters on the Peter I, a yacht designed especially for Arctic travel. When I arrived in Narssarssuaq to board the yacht, I had the distinct feeling that Greenland would be one of the greatest adventures of my life
Instagram post 18032242402171267 "From my favorite scramble in southern #Greenland 🇬🇱 Good times with my boys tomklockerphoto and theolator 🤙🏼"
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📸 rawmeyn - Thank you for this spectacular photo series! Please go to his account to see the other photos from his gallery.
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Instagram post 18046535302173126 To take a walk and reload in Greenland is something for itself 🇬🇱 #guidetogreenland
Thanks for sharing hkjetsetter 📸
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Instagram post 18054761272163954 Expedition: Greenland has started terraphotographyexpeditions Setting off in a boat from Nanortalik as soon as the final preparations are completed. We will be cut off for 8 days enjoying trekking, camp life and photgraphy. See y'all on the other side! #Greenland #visitgreenland #tasermiut #landscapephotography
Instagram post 18084653797072848 Tasermiut fjord in Greenland has landscapes that seems taken straight out of my wildest imagination. I've been almost completely isolated for a week and now making a quick stop back in the remote village Nanortalik to resupply and pick up my terraphotographyexpeditions group and meet up with adamgibbsphoto before we head out for a 9 day expedition in the wild. Do I need to mention that I love my job?! #Greenland #tasermiut #landscapephotography #terraphotographyexpeditions tierrasweden
Instagram post 17972683642216165 "Octopus", Tasersuaq Lake and Tasermiut Fjord in the Evening, South Greenland  #ansharphoto #greenland #tasermiut #arctic #nikon #d850 #nikonnofilter #nikoneurope #myrrs

Focus stack from 2 shots, focal length 14 mm, aperture f/11, shutter speed 1/15, ISO 64, tripod.

My travels have taken me all over the world, but remarkably, the expedition to Greenland was the first time I’d ever found myself in a boat. As I had spent my entire life with my feet planted firmly on the ground, I had nothing with which to compare the yacht, but my traveling companions — five photographers, including Daniel, and four crew members — assured me that it was a boat like no other. Designed for safety and security in the formidable conditions of the Arctic, the Peter I featured a complete absence of comfort for its passengers.

I expected adventure on the trip, but I didn’t expect the adventures to begin before the trip commenced. We arrived at the yacht in the afternoon and our journey was to begin that night. As we prepared to set out, however, the crew discovered that the engine would not start. On a boat like this, the crew must be self-sufficient, and it was quite a spectacle, watching them open the floors and work on the engine throughout the night.

Calls were made to St. Petersburg and eventually someone from another yacht in Narssarssuaq was brought in to help with repairs. The crew worked through the night, and while they worked, the photographers slept — or tried to. We quickly learned that as long as the engine was not working, neither was the heating. And if you ever find yourself in a boat in the Arctic with no working heat, I assure you that it gets very cold!

I put on all the clothes I brought for the trip, then wrapped myself in two blankets and attempted to sleep. It was a mostly sleepless night, but at some point in the early morning hours, I drifted off into an uneasy rest.

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