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My friend Katharina (@kmeykmeyk) needs your help for her bachelor thesis „Cold fever“. 🙌🏼 As a conservation photographer she's working on a photobook were she wants to explore and document the northern nature and it’s animals and share its beauty with mankind. But this is not about meaningless "banger" shots we are so used to here on Instagram. Next to the beauty this story is also about its vulnerability. Climate change: The biggest challenge of our generation, probably the biggest challenge of all time. Click the link in her bio (@kmeykmeyk) or in my story for more information. Thanks a lot! Swipe left to see her in action shooting with Orcas in northern Norway 🇳🇴 - #orca #whale #gratitude #turningthetide #climatechange #wildlife
GIVE AWAY: Over a year ago our photography collective @germanroamers released its first book. There's still a great demand in the book stores and online. I'm giving away three copies here. They won't make it until Christmas Eve but that shouldn't bother you too much 😜 #win: If you want to win one of the books tag a friend in the comments and tel her/him something nice ☺️ (Winners will be announced tomorrow) Happy Holidays everyone out there! ❄️ Btw, that's the same ice-arch in both images. It collapsed the day after...
Why the name GREENland when actually 85% of its surface does consist of ice? Originally, the land of Greenland was settled by the inhabitants of the Inuit culture. They called it as ‘Kalaalit Nunaat’ which means ‘the land of the people’. Later a Norse explorer sailed from Iceland to Kalaalit Nunaat. He spent three years farming on the plot and in order to attract more settlements, he gave the discovered land a pleasant name and called it ‘Greenland’. 🤓