Greenland – rough, real, remote

The world’s largest island, covering a staggering 2,175,597 square kilometres, is also the world’s least densely populated country with fewer than 60,000 inhabitants. What Greenland lacks in urban cities full of hip bars and restaurants and a 24/7 lifestyle, it more than makes up for with untouched, unadulterated nature, breathtaking landscapes and historic, picturesque settlements. This one and a half minute film from captures just that. Putting together an array of footage from sheets of ice dramatically crashing into the water followed by the soft light of sunrise over the coast, to hunters out in search of their next meal and children playing football in the playground, the videographers at present the sometimes harsh, but always extraordinary, beauty of Greenland.

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