Dark and otherworldly shots of icebergs by Hamburg-based photographer Jan Erik Waider taken in Disko Bay on the western coast of Greenland, near the Ilulissat Icefjord. Entitled Beyond No Man's Land (The Passage), the icebergs look foreboding and somewhat menacing—like something I imagined how it would look on a frozen planet or one of Saturn's moons. Waider focuses on capturing remote, rarely seen places and perspectives. At his website, he states that he "usually spends more than a week in each location, speaking with locals and discovering the small, hidden spots and unique stories."
I was always drawn to the North. Exploring the cold, raw beauty of its landscapes became a form of meditation for me, and photography a way to preserve those fleeting memories. My personal projects are a visual journal; a glimpse into my own imagination and creative development. These moments of quiet contemplation are where some of my most distinctive work originates.See more of Jan Erik Waider work on Behance or at his website.