There are some places so picturesque, it’s hard to believe they exist. While in Greenland on assignment aboard a renovated Dutch schooner, British Columbia-based photographer Kari Medig happened upon this storybook village off the west coast of Greenland. No stranger to capturing snowy terrain, Medig was taken by the vibrant colors smattered across the stark, treeless landscape, and knew he couldn’t pass up snapping this shot.
Spring is undoubtedly here, as it was back in 2001 when Baltimore-based photographer and Squarespace user Michael Northrup pulled out his first pro-digital camera and snapped this quirky shot on a walk in the park with his dog Phoebe. Northrup has always enjoyed superimposing objects in front of or behind something else, amused by the compression of space that photography allows for. In the case of dog meets dandelion, he tells us this shot was “a case of serendipity, and, as usual, it’s not preconceived—it’s discovered.”
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