#EAGRE18

Instagram photos and videos

#EAGRE18#jaffnapedia#everydaysrilanka#beautifulvillage#digitalstorytelling#travelling#jaffna#photoofheday#unesco#village#PHOTOJOURNALISSM#suri#ngage#travel#bbcnews#discovery#dstclass#dstjourney#srilanka#natgeo#hinduism#ceylon#art#photojournalissm#dstfellow#nationalgeographic#SeylanBankPhotographyday#PHOTOOFHEDAY

Hashtags #EAGRE18 for Instagram

The distances in Greenland are vast. Covering ground takes a lot longer that expected. On this day, we arrived at the ‘cave’ 6 hours after leaving camp #eagre18


0

@natgeo
・・・
Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | This last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula in East Greenland, where there were caves to be found, according to a tip we had received. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project: find these caves, explore them, and collect samples for paleoclimate research. Here we met up with the boat in Ittoqqortoormiit, and because of the impending weather, we immediately set sail for Iceland. We sailed directly east to get beyond the ice in the East Greenland current as soon as possible, and then turned south. While carrying out our watches, it gave us a time to reflect on what we had seen and what might have been had the caves turned out to be caves. Never mind. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves / #repost #natgeo #climateresearch #climatechange #sailing #greenland #caves #sea #ocean #ice #oceano #cavernas #pesquisa #mudançaclimatica


0

¿Te gustaría mejorar la rentabilidad de tu empresa en solo un mes?🎯
.
.
Con Sherparing, dirigido a pequeñas y medianas empresas, puedes conseguirlo gracias a:
✅1-Análisis de procesos
✅2-Automatización de tareas
✅3-Tarifa por resultados
.
.
📲Envía tu formulario o chatea con nuestro Supersherpa en el link de la bio y te contactaremos / sherparing.com
.
.
Repost @natgeo
.
.
Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | This last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula in East Greenland, where there were caves to be found, according to a tip we had received. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project: find these caves, explore them, and collect samples for paleoclimate research. Here we met up with the boat in Ittoqqortoormiit, and because of the impending weather, we immediately set sail for Iceland. We sailed directly east to get beyond the ice in the East Greenland current as soon as possible, and then turned south. While carrying out our watches, it gave us a time to reflect on what we had seen and what might have been had the caves turned out to be caves. Never mind. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves


2

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | This last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula in East Greenland, where there were caves to be found, according to a tip we had received. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project: find these caves, explore them, and collect samples for paleoclimate research. Here we met up with the boat in Ittoqqortoormiit, and because of the impending weather, we immediately set sail for Iceland. We sailed directly east to get beyond the ice in the East Greenland current as soon as possible, and then turned south. While carrying out our watches, it gave us a time to reflect on what we had seen and what might have been had the caves turned out to be caves. Never mind. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves


337

Looking east across Nathorst Fjord from the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland during the #EAGRE18 expedition of August 2018. Photo @shonephoto


0

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // We met up with the Top To Top boat in Ittoqqortoormiit and because of the impending weather we immediately set sail for Iceland. We sailed directly east to begin with, to get beyond the ice in the East Greenland current as soon as possible, and then turned south. Whilst carrying out our watches, it gave us a time to reflect on what we had seen and what might have been had the caves turned out to be caves. Nevermind. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves


27

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // As our time drew to an end on the Wagener Halvø peninsula, we often sat and looked out across this beautiful fjord at the iceberg. Occasionally we thought we could spot a seal or two sunning themselves on the ice. Because we were meeting back up with the boat, and the weather forecast suggested that we should head south sooner rather than later, we were not able to extend our stay much longer on the peninsula. We had planned to visit another potential cave site, but this would have needed a three-day fly camp, which we no longer had time for. We were, however, confident by now that this peninsula is unlikely to contain the sorts of caves that we were seeking. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves


23

#Repost @natgeo
・・・
Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland, where we had received a tip-off that there were caves to be found. As our time drew to an end on the Wagener Halvø peninsula, we often sat and looked out across this beautiful fjord at the iceberg. Occasionally we thought we could spot a seal or two sunning themselves on the ice. Because we were meeting back up with the boat, and the weather forecast suggested that we should head south sooner rather than later, we were not able to extend our stay much longer on the peninsula. We had planned to visit another potential cave site, but this would have needed a three-day fly camp, which we no longer had time for. We were, however, confident by now that this peninsula is unlikely to contain the sorts of caves that we were seeking. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


0

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland, where we had received a tip-off that there were caves to be found. As our time drew to an end on the Wagener Halvø peninsula, we often sat and looked out across this beautiful fjord at the iceberg. Occasionally we thought we could spot a seal or two sunning themselves on the ice. Because we were meeting back up with the boat, and the weather forecast suggested that we should head south sooner rather than later, we were not able to extend our stay much longer on the peninsula. We had planned to visit another potential cave site, but this would have needed a three-day fly camp, which we no longer had time for. We were, however, confident by now that this peninsula is unlikely to contain the sorts of caves that we were seeking. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


0

I dig this!
-
Discover why you're not making money online and find out how others are succeeding with ONE SIMPLE strategy!
Your Credit Card is NOT Required for This!
This is FREE!
-
Link in bio @inspiredmotivational
-
Follow @inspiredmotivational
Follow @inspiredmotivational
-
Turn on Notifications!
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland, where we had received a tip-off that there were caves to be found. As our time drew to an end on the Wagener Halvø peninsula, we often sat and looked out across this beautiful fjord at the iceberg. Occasionally we thought we could spot a seal or two sunning themselves on the ice. Because we were meeting back up with the boat, and the weather forecast suggested that we should head south sooner rather than later, we were not able to extend our stay much longer on the peninsula. We had planned to visit another potential cave site, but this would have needed a three-day fly camp, which we no longer had time for. We were, however, confident by now that this peninsula is unlikely to contain the sorts of caves that we were seeking. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves
Big Thanks to @natgeo
Head over to @natgeo and tap follow for more like this!
#inspiredmotivational


2

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland, where we had received a tip-off that there were caves to be found. As our time drew to an end on the Wagener Halvø peninsula, we often sat and looked out across this beautiful fjord at the iceberg. Occasionally we thought we could spot a seal or two sunning themselves on the ice. Because we were meeting back up with the boat, and the weather forecast suggested that we should head south sooner rather than later, we were not able to extend our stay much longer on the peninsula. We had planned to visit another potential cave site, but this would have needed a three-day fly camp, which we no longer had time for. We were, however, confident by now that this peninsula is unlikely to contain the sorts of caves that we were seeking. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


444

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // During this summer, we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project, to find these caves, explore them and collect samples for palaeoclimate research. As part of the project we wished to try and reduce our environmental and climate impact; we teamed up with the Top to Top Global Climate expedition and sailed from Iceland to Greenland and back. It was an amazing experience with breathtaking views the whole time (not that I was always able to appreciate them when being sick off the back of the boat). Pictured here we headed south to our next potential cave site, which looked more promising on the photographs than the ones the day before. We hiked across snow fields on steep ground and finally reached the bottom of the cliff at 6:30pm after a long day. We were faced with a steep and loose scree slope and a final climb to the cave, which Chris made an attempt on whilst I flew the drone. Whilst these were definitely more cave-like than those from yesterday, they turned out to be large shelters without any sedimentary deposits. Another tiring and disappointing day. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


17

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland, where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project, to find these caves, explore them, and collect samples for palaeoclimate research. On the peninsula, we headed south to our second target, which looked more promising in the photographs than the ones the day before. We hiked across snow fields on steep ground and finally reached the bottom of the cliff at 6:30 p.m, after a long day. We were faced with a steep and loose scree slope and a final climb to the cave, which Chris made an attempt on while I flew the drone. Although these were definitely more cave-like than those from yesterday, they turned out to be large shelters without any sedimentary deposits. Another tiring and disappointing day. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves#photography #photo #photographer #photoshoot #photos #photograph #photoshop #photographylovers #photogrid #photoofday #photoart #Photographers #photographie #photogram #photographysouls #photoshooting #photographyeveryday #photographyislife #photographylover #photographyislifee #photomodel


0

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland, where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project, to find these caves, explore them, and collect samples for palaeoclimate research. On the peninsula, we headed south to our second target, which looked more promising in the photographs than the ones the day before. We hiked across snow fields on steep ground and finally reached the bottom of the cliff at 6:30 p.m, after a long day. We were faced with a steep and loose scree slope and a final climb to the cave, which Chris made an attempt on while I flew the drone. Although these were definitely more cave-like than those from yesterday, they turned out to be large shelters without any sedimentary deposits. Another tiring and disappointing day. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves
#biztips #isagenix #socialmediatips #mlm2017 #alwayslearning #leader #savvybusinessowner


0

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | Last summer we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland, where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project, to find these caves, explore them, and collect samples for palaeoclimate research. On the peninsula, we headed south to our second target, which looked more promising in the photographs than the ones the day before. We hiked across snow fields on steep ground and finally reached the bottom of the cliff at 6:30 p.m, after a long day. We were faced with a steep and loose scree slope and a final climb to the cave, which Chris made an attempt on while I flew the drone. Although these were definitely more cave-like than those from yesterday, they turned out to be large shelters without any sedimentary deposits. Another tiring and disappointing day. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves


365

Photo by Robbie Shone @Shonephoto | Last summer, we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. On the August 10th, over two weeks after leaving home, we finally set out in search of our first caves. A number of potential cave sites had been shown to us by a geologist, though their specific locations were unknown. Our first targets were north on the peninsula from our base camp. We established a route on our topographic maps that enabled us to slowly gain height towards the cave, which we knew were high above the fjord. For most of the day, we found ourselves following musk ox tracks in the snow. Seen here we were close to our target and after several hours of walking we traversed the ledge towards the cave, a deep snow-filled gully prevented us from making the final steps. Luckily we had the drone with us and this revealed that the cave was only a shallow alcove. Disappointment all around, but this is not uncommon in cave exploration. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


365

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // During this summer, we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project, to find these caves, explore them and collect samples for palaeoclimate research. As part of the project we wished to try and reduce our environmental and climate impact; we teamed up with the Top to Top Global Climate expedition and sailed from Iceland to Greenland and back. It was an amazing experience with breathtaking views the whole time (not that I was always able to appreciate them when being sick off the back of the boat). Pictured here we headed south to our next potential cave site, which looked more promising on the photographs than the ones the day before. We hiked across snow fields on steep ground and finally reached the bottom of the cliff at 6:30pm after a long day. We were faced with a steep and loose scree slope and a final climb to the cave, which Chris made an attempt on whilst I flew the drone. Whilst these were definitely more cave-like than those from yesterday, they turned out to be large shelters without any sedimentary deposits. Another tiring and disappointing day. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


24

from @natgeo - Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | During this summer, we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project, to find these caves, explore them and collect samples for palaeoclimate research. As part of the project we wished to try and reduce our environmental and climate impact; we teamed up with the Top to Top Global Climate expedition and sailed from Iceland to Greenland and back. It was an amazing experience with breathtaking views the whole time (not that I was always able to appreciate them when being sick off the back of the boat). This photograph shows Prof. Gina Moseley, who is the leader of the project collecting samples of water, ice and snow for chemical analysis. Here she is collecting samples from a snow bank where she can easily access different depths within the snow. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves Listen to www.RadioWHAT.com 501.470.6386 Follow @KeysDAN


0

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | During this summer, we joined a climate research expedition in the Arctic. The aim was to visit the Wegener Halvø peninsula of East Greenland where we had received a tip off that there were caves to be found. Our aim was to expand the vision of the Greenland Caves Project, to find these caves, explore them and collect samples for palaeoclimate research. As part of the project we wished to try and reduce our environmental and climate impact; we teamed up with the Top to Top Global Climate expedition and sailed from Iceland to Greenland and back. It was an amazing experience with breathtaking views the whole time (not that I was always able to appreciate them when being sick off the back of the boat). This photograph shows Prof. Gina Moseley, who is the leader of the project collecting samples of water, ice and snow for chemical analysis. Here she is collecting samples from a snow bank where she can easily access different depths within the snow. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


311

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // On the 10th August, over two weeks after leaving home, we finally set out in search of our first caves. A number of potential cave sites (including photographs) had been given to us by a geologist, though their specific locations were unknown (no coordinates). Our first targets were north on the peninsula from our base camp. We established a route on our topographic maps that enabled us to slowly gain height towards the cave, which we knew to be high above the fjord. For most of the day, we found ourselves following musk ox tracks in the snow. Seen here we were close to our target and after several hours of walking we traversed the ledge towards the cave, a deep snow-filled gully prevented us from making the final steps. Luckily we had the drone with us and this revealed that the cave was only a shallow alcove. Disappointment all around, but this is not uncommon in cave exploration. #EAGRE18 @Greenland_Caves


22

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // After setting up base camp we went for a walk to check out our new surroundings. Gina brought along some vials so that she could collect samples of water, ice and snow for chemical analysis. Here she is collecting samples from a snow bank where she can easily access different depths within the snow. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


12

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | 5 a.m. on the first morning on Wegener Halvø peninsula as sea fog rolls in over Nathorst Fjord. We continued our watches on land in 2.5-hour shifts, mostly observing musk oxex, though looking out for bigger furry white creatures too. It was a great opportunity for me to take photographs, though my partners were less enthusiastic at being awake in the middle of the night. Chris is seen here starting his watch, wandering off toward the cook/food tent to see what may be approaching in the midst. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


377

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // 5am on the first morning on Wegener Halvø peninsula as sea fog rolls in over Nathorst Fjord. We continued our watches on land in 2.5 hour shifts, mostly observing musk ox’s, though looking out for bigger furry white creatures too. It was a great opportunity for me to take photographs though my partners were less enthusiastic at being awake in the middle of the night. Chris is seen here starting his watch, wandering off towards the cook/food tent to see what may be approaching in the midst. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


26

Photos by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // To complete the final part of this journey we flew from Constable Point to Wegener Halvø peninsula. We finally saw in real life what we had been looking at on the satellite images; fjords full of sea ice that we certainly could not sail into. As we flew we could see that parts of the land were indeed thawing though, creating milky blue rivers and revealing the meadows underneath. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


29

The fish seller in the Jaffna kodadi market
யாழ்ப்பாணம் கொட்டடி சந்தையில் மீன் விற்கும் பாட்டி
#digitalstorytelling
#dstclass
#dstjourney
#jaffnapedia
#everydaysrilanka
#EAGRE18
#photojournalissm
#photoofheday
#village
#unesco
#beautifulvillage
#travelling
#suri


0

Photos by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | To complete the final part of this journey, we flew from Constable Point to the Wegener Halvø peninsula. We finally saw in real life what we had been looking at on the satellite images: fjords full of sea ice that we certainly could not sail into. As we flew, we could see that parts of the land were indeed thawing, creating milky-blue rivers and revealing the meadows underneath. #EAGRE18 @greenland_caves


499