Ice giants

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Icebergs floating in the Ilulissat Icefjord in western Greenland. These icebergs break from the Jakobshavn glacier (Sermeq Kujalleq) before ending up in this fjord. Jakobshavn glacier produces around 10% of Greenland's calf ice and is the most productive glacier outside Antarctica.

Many of the icebergs calving from the glacier are so massive, with a height up to 1km, that they get stuck on the bottom of the fjord where they can remain for years until they melt or break apart and drift out to sea.

Watching these ice giants by this fjord has been one of my strongest experiences in nature. The sheer scale of the icebergs and the thunderous cracks coming from the glacier as the ice relentlessly pushes forward.

Just sitting there still, observing natural beauty like this really puts things in perspective and makes you realise just how small we humans are. I wish we would take better care of our planet. 
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The framed prints are available in two sizes


The framed image is available in two sizes. The size refers to the glazed area inside the frame, including the print and the mount which is 5 cm | 2" wide.

The optimal size depends on the viewing distance, but in general the larger one works well on it's own and the smaller one as part of a group of prints hung together.

Museum quality prints


A giclée print on a heavyweight fine art paper with a matte finish and a gently textured surface.

The museum-quality paper reproduces photographs with exceptional tonality and sharp details.

An off-white mount really helps the artwork shine. 

The wooden handmade frame is available in two different finishes


The frame is created from high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish. You have an option of black or natural wood.

The frame is delivered ready for hanging.