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Catching the Arctic Waves-Adventure Photographer Tackles Icelandic Shores

By Lauren Kermelis on December 7th 2013

In most places around the world, when winter comes everything seems to take a bit slower of a pace. Summer chairs and pool toys are retired, plants are covered, and we replaced the remnants of summer with heavier coats and boots to keep ourselves warm.

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For Chris Burkhard however, slowing down at winter is not even a thought that crosses his mind. Burkhard, an acclaimed adventure and landscape photographer, is passionate about the ocean and conquering it through the eye of his camera. In his newest project, ‘Goal Zero,’ he captures stunning images of the Icelandic coast.

Burkhard and his team worked for hours together noting down weather, tides, and patterns of the waves all amongst the islands. One can imagine the challenge that the bitter cold added to their endeavor, but the final result of their project proved to make it all worth it.

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Lauren Kermelis is a freelance photographer wedding, portrait, and event photographer based out of Southern California.

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  1. Mackenzie

    I’ll curl up in my bed and enjoy his work, thank you very much.

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