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"Perhaps the truth depends on a walk around the lake",
by Wallace Stevens.
Since we live in the Nordics – in Denmark – we feel obliged to explore the nature in this corner of the world. It has been our playground since early childhood and still is.
Therefore, obviously, the elements of the Nordics mean something special to us.
We therefore often launch expeditions into the wild landscapes of the Nordics, exploring fjords and mountains, flat and featureless expanses of forest, waterfalls and glaciers, lakes and islands. Many of our childhood and teen expeditions into the Nordics have not been chronicled (since it was before we started taking good pictures), but we try to pick up the thread and do revisits as adults.
To us, the Nordic playground is all about natural beauty. From Alaska and Canada in Northwest over Scandinavia and Greenland to Kamchatka and the Kurils in Northeast there is a purity of air and wild landscapes: fjords and mountains, flat and featureless expanses of forest, waterfalls and glaciers, lakes and islands. A vast playground!