Nansen Weber is an experienced nature photographer, capturing pictures of landscapes and wildlife from around the world. This time, traveling to the coast of Somerset Island in the Northern Passage, and swapping the photography for the dronography, Weber has manged to reveal a beautiful image of a cold yet inviting land that many people would likely never have the chance to see.
With a wonderful and chilling piano score, Weber glides his drone through the air with ease, spying on everything from massive pods of beluga whales in their nurseries to individual polar bears and seals swimming through the open ocean. And while whales are massive and majestic creatures, Weber dwarfs them in comparison to that of the open landscape of Somerset Island. With long flat sand beaches, rolling planes of ice and glaciers, and skyscraper sized water falls, it seems it would be impossible to describe how wonderful it is to an outsider. Luckily we don’t have to. We can just show them the beautiful droneography of Nansen Weber and let them experience for themselves.
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