About the photo
The arctic puffin is among the most beloved animals in the northern hemisphere. Not only because their charming looks. But because they have a central position in the North Atlantic culture and self-understanding as well.
Each year, millions of puffins travel back to the place where they were once hatched themselves. Here they reproduce, raise their off-spring, and then return to the solitary life far out on the open sea. Just to do it all over again the following year.
Today the puffin is a vulnerable animal species whose population is endangered. Therefore, many countries have introduced visit restrictions in the puffin’s nesting areas. This has had a very positive impact on the raising population.
These photographs are intended as a reminder of how important it is that we protect nature for future generations to enjoy.
This piece only exists in 25 copies and comes in three sizes. When the piece is sold out, it will never be printed again. However, this does not mean we won’t ever use this location again for new exciting photographs.
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