Yamal - the end of the world
Yamal in the language of the indigenous Nenets folk means "the end of the world"; it is a remote, wind-blasted place of permafrost, serpentine rivers and dwarf shrubs, and has been home to the reindeer-herding Nenets people for over a thousand years. Northern lights in their language spells as "kharp", the same name is used for the closest town to most of settlements. As they are above the polar circle northern lights are quite often phenomenon

Daniel Kordan

Print Only: $2,900.00
Framed Print: $3,272.60
Print Size: 1500x1000 mm
Frame Size: 1790x1290 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemuehle Photo Rag® Bright White 310gsm
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS DK 227 01

 

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Yamal - the end of the world
Fine-Art Limited Edition Archival Giclee Digital Print
Edition: 1/10


Yamal in the language of the indigenous Nenets folk means "the end of the world"; it is a remote, wind-blasted place of permafrost, serpentine rivers and dwarf shrubs, and has been home to the reindeer-herding Nenets people for over a thousand years. Northern lights in their language spells as "kharp", the same name is used for the closest town to most of settlements. As they are above the polar circle northern lights are quite often phenomenon

Photographer:
Daniel Kordan

Print Only: $2,900.00

Framed Print: $3,272.60

Print Size: 1500x1000 mm

Frame Size: 1790x1290 mm

Exhibit: POS DK 227 01

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