Grand Pinnacle Iceberg, East Greenland
Digital ink jet print
39 x 93 inches
Camille Seaman is a Native American photographer who captures the essence of awe and beauty of indigenous cultures and environments. In this series, her goal is to depict the “individuality” of icebergs which she describes as “stoic, glowing masses of time and experience.” Inspired by her first sighting of an iceberg in 2005, Seaman journeyed to Antarctica and the Arctic regions of Svalbard and Greenland to make these pictures. They are part of a larger project entitled Melting Away in which she documents the polar regions of our planet, focusing on their environments, life forms, and inhabitants. With this work, Seaman has created a stunning visual record of the Earth’s polar regions as they undergo rapid changes due to global warming.
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