Icebergs the size of buildings cruise down the icefjord of Ilulissat, Greenland.
River flows in the highlands of Iceland. I keep hearing about “the next Iceland”. Where is it? 😂
This little cabin perched above a lake had the view all to itself.
Deserted. Walking through this Namibian desert in 40 degree heat was the first time I felt the hot ground burning through my boots.
Driving through Death Valley today in a desert heatwave, thinking about how fresh this day at Sørvágsvatn was this winter ❄️
Words and photos just don’t do justice to how epic this place is. This photo is me reaching as far over the edge as I possibly could without falling off. Sketchy!
After nearly two months of traveling around Scandinavia I reached the final destination of Ilulissat Greenland, probably one of the most remote places I’ve ever been. Dogsleds are still one of the primary means of transportation here as it has been for thousands of years. Ilulissat is next to an icefjord where giant icebergs calve and drift into the ocean. So many unforgettable memories from this trip. Check out my story highlights to see more.