Swiss photographer Joel Tettamanti has been described as far more than your average photographer, he is more a traveller, observer, researcher, explorer and artist. Often traveling to remote parts of the world, Joel’s photography often mixes the man made with nature and who’s images capture a feeling that’s hard to describe but easy to get lost in.
Pictured is one from the series taken in Ilulissat, Greenland last year.
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