German graphic designer and photographer Jan Erik Waider repeatedly visited Greenland, Faroe Islands, Iceland and northern Scotland. There, he managed to make a lot of amazing shots.
Jan Erik Waider was born in Nuremberg and most of the time he spends there with his family. For the first time he saw floating blocks of ice in Greenland, Disko Bay, near the settlement of Ilulissat. Icebergs loomed in the distant mist; and the photographer was so startled by them, that he forgot about the time and cold. Then, Jan Erik decided that he should come back here. And he did come back, and not just once. The greatness and firmness of this ice blocks literally spellbound him.
Photo by Jan Erik Waider