From Jessica Stewart’s article for My Modern Met:
In 2003, German photographer Olaf Otto Becker traveled to Greenland’s Ilulissat Icefjord. Located a little over 150 miles north of the Arctic Circle, this landscape was so moving that it set Becker down a new path in his artistic career. Since that time, he has made over a dozen trips back to the area in order to capture its beauty—and its changes.
The results are a series of long-term projects that pay homage to Greenland’s incredible landscape, while at the same time bringing awareness to the great changes that are occurring. Ever the adventurer, Becker is willing to risk it all for the right shot and, as such, has come away with a stunning portfolio of images.