How Far Would You Go For A Photograph?

Three men embark on an Arctic expedition - just to capture ice climbing under the Northern Lights


Award-winning photographer Ray Demski dreamt of one day photographing ice climbing under the aurora borealis. This winter, he made it a reality.

Along with experienced climbers Alex Luger and Hanno Schluge, the three men hiked through Norway’s Lyngen Alps, deep inside the Arctic Circle, to capture the amazing moment when the lights appeared.

This is the mini-movie they made of their journey, battling with just 7 hours of daylight, intense wind chill and temperatures as low as -35°C. It’s well worth a watch.

Find out more about the Norwegian Ice project here.


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