There is something so beautiful about the unexpected, plus these are Easter colours, perfect for this weekend. Welcome to Greenland! Photo by Eric Guth.
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We meet up in the darnedest places, and we’re celebrating! We are National Geographic Explorers!! Meet the North is now supported by the National Geographic Society through the Committee for Research and Exploration. And we were on the National Geographic Explorer when we found out. How cool is that!? Here, Eric Guth and I are…
They seemed to be coming my way, so I turned my zodiac engine off. I hoped they would come closer, but I wasn’t prepared for the energy they brought as they surged forward. Waves, smooth skin, tusks, and the sound of mystery. Narwhal are real life unicorns. They are quiet yet powerful. They are a…
Each time I begin a new part of this journey, I feel blessed to have friends and mentors who remind me to be strong and present. In a life full of traveling, it’s easy to get preoccupied with logistics and assignments, but the real work is to wake up each day and embrace the surprises….
It’s the details I love most.
I’ve been back and forth between Canada and Greenland for the last month and a half. It’s always a privilege to explore the ice here in Ilulissat, and I’ve been posting to the @lindbladexp account all week with pics from this Greenland/Iceland voyage. Our National Geographic Explorer’s grant begins next week. Time for a new adventure –…
Captain Leif Skog, best in the business. He guides the National Geographic Explorer through polar bear habitat — deeper and deeper into the ice. Photo by Eric Guth.
Back in action after a long break from the internet up here in Nunavut and Greenland. We’ve been setting our course by the midnight sun and finding new stories.
The one. The only. Greenland. Photo by Eric Guth.