Summer is a special time in Northwest Greenland. The sun shines twenty-four hours a day. Plants and flowers abound. Migratory birds flock to their breeding grounds by the thousands. Icebergs calved from the many glaciers float by, pushed south by ocean currents. It can be a time of bounty for Arctic families, but it is also a time of hard work.
This venue for photographic exhibits has been made possible through the generous support of the Association of Bowdoin Friends.