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From the ice floes to the glaciers: the most beautiful photos

Am 01/10/2020 in 13:38

The calm and serenity that emerges from those huge white spaces is a real invitation to take a journey through those landscapes, but also to preserve these places frozen by snow or ice. Let’s have a look at the most beautiful photos from snow-covered peaks to the far reaches of the Arctic.

 

Shot by Adam Burton, dawn is slowly bathing Morraine Lake in Banff National Park of Canada.

 

 Adam Burton, Valley of the Ten Peaks, © Adam Burton

 

Photographer and high-mountain guide in the Chamonix valley, Jean-François Hagenmuller does not stop immortalizing the majesty of Mont-Blanc. The black and white sublimates the interplay of shadows and lights from this vertiginous ascent.

 

Jean-François Hagenmuller, Cordée sur les Arêtes de Rochefort II, © Jean-François Hagenmuller

 

 

The Arctic is like a playground for these reckless cubs. With tenderness and poetry, the French photographer documents the life of these species, threatened with extinction by global warming. 

 

Nolwenn Hadet, La Roulade, © Nolwenn Hadet

 

 

The Polish photographer Michal Karcz finds his inspiration in the tranquility of the peaks, while having fun reworking his images after. Therefore, he creates images testifying to a dream world in between imagination and reality.

 

Michal Karcz, To the Threshold of Silence II © Michal Karcz

 

 

Doctor and photographer, Andrew Peacock’s activities led him to the most secluded areas. His 2017 expedition to the Ross dependency in Antarctica enabled him to photograph penguins in their natural habitat.

 

Andrew Peacock, White Storm, 2017 ©Andrew Peacock

 

A true modern-day adventurer, Luc Hardy has led numerous scientific expeditions across the globe. Like a painter, he uses all the shades of blue that those striking landscapes offer.

 

Luc Hardy, Procession d’Icebergs ©Luc Hardy

 

Fall for these breathtaking images from the partner photographers of the Yellow Korner galleries or follow their example and capture mountains or glaciers for timeless photos. The light and bluish hues that stand out against the snowy landscapes are a promise of harmony. Opt for a Zeinberg photo print in Giant or Collector format in an aluminum finish or an acrylic glass print to give your works of art a pride of place on your walls.

 

© 2020 Justine Grosset