Robert Harding

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465-3405 - One of the last remaining Inughuit subsistence hunters, Naimanngitsoq Kristiansen, stands on watch with his rifle for marine mammals at the ice edge, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
465-3414 - Colourful wooden houses in the village of Qaanaaq, one of the most northerly human settlements on the planet and home to 656 mostly Inuit people, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
465-3406 - One of the last remaining Inughuit subsistence hunters, Naimanngitsoq Kristiansen, stands on watch with his rifle for marine mammals at the ice edge, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
465-3413 - Colourful wooden houses in the village of Qaanaaq, one of the most northerly human settlements on the planet and home to 656 mostly Inuit people, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
465-3415 - Colourful wooden house in the village of Qaanaaq, one of the most northerly human settlements on the planet and home to 656 mostly Inuit people, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
465-3393 - Inuit or Inughuit subsistence hunter in traditional clothing for winter and spring of seal skin boots (Kamiks), polar bear fur trousers, seal skin mitts and parka, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
465-3416 - Colourful wooden houses in the village of Qaanaaq, one of the most northerly human settlements on the planet and home to 656 mostly Inuit people, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
465-3394 - Inuit or Inughuit subsistence hunter with traditional clothing for winter and spring of seal skin boots (Kamiks), polar bear fur trousers, seal skin mitts and parka, Greenland, Denmark, Polar Regions
1113-78131 - A waitress serves greenland coffee at Qaqortoq former Julianehab), the burning alcohol simbolizes the aurora borealis, the white cream the ice and the coffee the soil, South Greenland.
857-34264 - A young Inuit boy climbs out of an igloo in Northwestern Greenland. Many of the Inuit who live in this polar region still live a subsistence hunting lifestyle and practice ice age old traditions. Winter temperatures hover between -20 and -50 Degrees Fahrenheit in this extreme environment.
857-3916 - Tracking the bear. Jaypity and Daniel tracking the polar bear. The two note that the bear has recently killed a seal and eaten it at this seal hole. Jaypity takes a looks down the seal hole.