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Exploring the Natural Wonders of Greenland and Iceland
Apr 02, 2014
| 136-part series
Born on different sides of the Denmark Strait, Siggi the Icelandic sailor and Dines the Greenlandic hunter share a bond over the wild beauty of the region. Filmed along the rough coastal waters of Greenland, the video includes amazing images of snowcapped mountains, Greenlandic fishing communities, and even a pod of killer whales. To see more work by the director James Aiken visit his website or follow him on twitter @_jamesaiken.
Author: Paul Rosenfeld
About This Series
A curated showcase of short films selected by The Atlantic