Searching for the herd.
Reindeer herders split up along the Norwegian-Finnish border to search for groups reindeer that have strayed from the main herd in order to prevent them crossing the border into Finland. Herders can go all day without seeing anyone or any reindeer, and communication in this remote part of the world is virtually impossible.
How I miss this Beauty and I'm sure you do as well! We love and miss you Robyn! You are always in our hearts!💞 Robyn's on a small break taking care of her family. We all know what it is to take care of our loved one's. I just wanted you to know that we love you always💞💋💞💋💞
💛💛💛BEAUTIFUL ARCTIC SIREN with a heart of gold 💛💛💛
Repost: Out in the near Arctic Areas I live in, walking through a forest that is frozen is magical. BUT... The further North you go the less trees and protection there is from the elements, and the easier it is to get lost, as the snow and wind covers your tracks! I have been camping, snowboarding, hiking, and of course, driving out in this weather most of my life. It can make you crazy, it is impossible to get your bearings! I imagined this Arctic Siren luring in people with the promise of protection and warmth, only to be enveloped in her icy embrace! I went outside my comfort level, with prosthetics, and my first home made bald cap, horns and wig!
Thank you All!!! 💞 😅Ready for the material list!? :
I used mostly @mehronmakeup for this look, in black and white from the #paradisemakeupaq pallet, silver powder with mixing fluid, and liquid latex!
@morphe 35B pallet.🔥🔥🔥@a_devils_kiss glitter, shades: Damn!!, Bitchery, Dark Soul, and Mermaids Tail! @contactlenshub Black Out contacts. @scarecrowvampirefangs for my lovely little fangs. I used green painters tape as a bald cap. The horns I made from clay I got @michaelsstores painted and glittered. I destroyed dollar store Santa's for thier beards, as well as blue mesh tubing, then sewed them into a pair of panty hose.
Original pics. by: @rougegearbodyart
Edit/technical artistry by: @A_Devils_Kiss
Glaciers are literally rivers of ice, forming over decades and flowing over centuries, but in many ways they are just rivers. This is the place where two glaciers meet: and just like when two rivers meet, there’s turbulence. You can see the same wave-like interference pattern that you get in water as the two bodies of ice smash into each other. My guess is that the only reason that glaciers form different (and generally more jagged) shapes to watery rivers is that gravity runs much faster in relation to the flow speed of a glacier.
We saw a lot of glaciers in Svalbard, and stopped to explore quite a few of them. In this case, we hiked up a nearby hill, slid down the side of it and then walked back across the glacier (the flat, stable, crevasse-free bit of it, that is). Nemo (pictured here) joined us, as he did for almost all of the landings. You can just make out some tiny ant people on the glacier (another group from the expedition), which is the only way to get a feel for the size of a glacier. * This is a continuation of my collection of thoughts from a trip to Svalbard in June. For previous parts, go to http://pdyxs.wtf/where/arctic, and to get new parts in your email, go to http://tinyletter.com/pdyxs.
I know all doggos are the best doggos but I think Mischka is the bestest. She doesn't ask for much (except for fluffy toys, treats, belly scratches, ear tickles, walkies, runs, more treats, what I'm eating, what you're eating, tuna, to dig holes, socks, wooden outdoor furniture, what everyone else is eating, etc) okay she's a fluffy pain in the butt with the biggest personality but I love her to death!
Wild edible and medicinal walk and dinner with Eva Gunnare of Essence of Lapland. Northern Sweden has many unique and delicious plants and Eva is a master at drawing amazing taste experiences from them.
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Orca (Orcinus orca) or commonly known as killer whales are part of the oceanic dolphin family, despite their name, and are distributed throughout open waters and found within abundance in costal waters.
These apex predators have a diverse diet which will vary upon location, however it ranges from small fish to marine mammals and even other whale species. To survive, these formidable predators socialise and work to together in groups known as pods, which can consist of 2-30 members average, although groups containing more than 100 have been documented. With this evolved social skill, the whales hunt together for efficient results within the ice cap landscape. .
As the video above demonstrates, the orcas after selecting a specified target, will work together to create powerful waves to shift the prey off the ice sheet. This form of hunting was thought to be of legend; with no scientific documentation recorded. That was until the @BBC set out to discover this behaviour first hand through the making of #FrozenPlanet (2011).
Video credit: @BBC Frozen Planet (2011) Episode 1: To the Ends of the Earth. Narrator: Sir David Attenborough.