calm. down. that’s what i had to tell myself this morning. instead of closing my eyes & listening to chilled music, i had a look through the photography of Rhi Ellis, whose moody pictures of ice and water and cold and fog put me at ease.
you know those rich people who live in one part of the world for 6 months and then scoot over to another hemisphere so they can sweat and simmer in summer all year round? yeah. i’m the opposite of those people. i would take my billions and travel to where it’s always autumny and cool – all the time.
cripes, i take it back. i don’t want summer – i want magic looking winter places that make me shiver from happiness and the cold. photography by karl erik brøndbo
nich hance‘s photos are niiiice
Although the island is massive – with an area of over 2 million square kilometers, its population is small, with just over 57,000 residents – 88% of Inuit descent and and 12% of European descent.
let’s go! from lynann colligan’s etsy