While making aerial shots of glaciers in western Greenland, I realized that a strong wind was pushing a huge mass of icebergs to the coast. Once the aerial work finished, I went to the place with this dense mass of icebergs. They where mowing very fast, creating new compositions again and again. And there was the ever changing fog, the ever changing light. What more can you expect for landscape photography? With a 70 - 300 mm lens I made images by the hundreds. And I went to bed very late that night.
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