GREENLAND

A series of images created in Greenland in collaboration with Visit Greenland and Hotel Arctic.

 

The dilapidated icebergs are the ruins of the ice sheet and glacier. Large pools of meltwater pierce through the layers of ice on the glacier through crevasses and moulins. This meltwater causes the ice to crack and break up, and lubricate the glacier’s base, causing it to slip more rapidly into the ocean. Huge cracks form, causing the ice to groan, crumble apart and fall with a thunderous crash into the fiord below. As large chunks of the glacier are pulled towards the open water, the resulting icebergs drift into the eternal ocean to melt and begin their lives again, adding themselves to our rising tides.

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