Tag Archives for " Snow "

Dec 22

#1253. An Ode to the Cold

By Joseph L | Opinion

New contributor Joseph L writes about his love of snow and cold 🙂 When I grew up, we used to have very cold winters and fair amount of snow. Not so any more due to climate change, but this winter was kind enough to sprinkle gentle December snow. My hometown went through massive industrialization some thirty […]

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Feb 13

#820. An Un-light winter post

By pascaljappy | Travel Photography

Pascal intrudes: I’m delighted to introduce this first guest post from reader and frequent commentator Kristian Wannebo and hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. May it be the first in a long series 🙂 End of intrusion.     An un-light post, and, as well, an un-destination one.Very un-destinstion – as I took […]

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Ilulisat ice fiord
Jun 07

#240. Ilulissat Icefjord

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

I watched the depth sounder as our boat left harbour; 10m, 12m, 18m, 250m. That made the size of the icebergs stranded in Disco Bay even bigger than I’d imagined. And this image? You’d be forgiven for thinking I might have walked closer for an even more impressive shot. No. My vantage point was the […]

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Evening wake, Ilulisat ice fiord
Jun 01

#234. Evening wake

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

There are several ways to see Greenland’s icebergs. Walking any distance away from the country’s few settlements soon takes on marathon proportions, as the snow remains knee deep all year ’round. Another is a boat trip that can get you into the Ilulissat icefjord, close to the action and with a knowledgeable skipper, keep you […]

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