Traditional Ways & Extreme Environment – Greenland’s Inuit Lifestyle

 

Photographer Florian Ledoux is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  These images are from his project ‘Inuit Of Greenland‘.  To see Florian’s body of work click on any image.

 

Greenland Ammassalik

 

Greenland East, 2016

 

Groenland Est 2016

 

Even though, at the Earth’s Arctic, the Inuit lifestyle is threatened by changes induced by the frenetic pace of the world, the indigenous people of Greenland still keep their tradition of survival in an extreme environment.

 

Greenland Ammassalik

 

Greenland East, 2016

 

Dogs brave the storm sometimes for several days. The blizzard blowing 160km / h today. Greenland dogs are from any kind of race, they are not Huesky or Alaska dogs. They are Greenlandic dogs, dangerous and wild dogs. Some people says that they are from the wolf race. Reportage on the Inuit culture and changing lifestyle in East Greenland at Ammassalik region, 80 years after the expeditions of Paul-Emile Victor. April 2016

Dogs brave the storm sometimes for several days. The blizzard blowing 160km /h today. Greenland dogs are not Huesky or Alaska dogs. They are Greenlandic, dangerous and wild dogs. Some people say that they are from the wolf race.

 

Reportage côte Est du Groenland.

 

Reportage côte Est du Groenland.

 

Groenland Est 2016

 

Images taken in the Ammassalik Region, East Greenland, April 2016

 

See also:

Landscape of Greenland

By Florian Ledoux

 


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