GREENLAND: A Sea Kayaking & Landscape Photography Adventure

This three-week, solo and self-supported sea kayaking & photography adventure took me to a particularly spectacular part of South-East Greenland.
From the town of Nanortalik, the wilderness of Tasermiut Fjorden reaches some 70 kilometers towards the inland ice, where Sermeq Glacier pours itself from more than 1.500 meters above into the sea.
Ever changing weather conditions, unpredictable catabatic winds and the sheer remoteness of the place were both a daunting and exhilarating experience.

[Note: English subtitles are available for the parts where I speak German.]

For more on my photography and travels:
Website: https://wolfhoffmann.at/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wolfhoffmannphotography/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wolfhoffmannphoto

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Videography & Photography:
Nikon D810
Nikon D700
Sony RX100 IV
GoPro Hero 5
DJI Mavic Pro

Transport:
P&H Capella

3 Comments

  1. Viktor Posnov on December 26, 2020 at 10:14 pm

    Good job!

  2. Björn Klaassen on December 26, 2020 at 10:21 pm

    Excelent Video-clip! We met Wolf on our kayak trip from Cape Farvel along the west coast from Greenland. A great photographer and a great guy. You provided us with new cooking ideas, photo settings and good thoughts. Hope to see you again. And if not in Vienna or Munich, of course in Greenland again.

  3. Josh the Intern on December 26, 2020 at 10:36 pm

    What an awesome adventure, this is the beautiful thing about landscape photography it takes you out to these amazing places! Love the effort in filming it is beautiful to watch

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