Archive for the ‘Vincent Roumagnac’ Category

#16

Kilpisjärvi, 8th of April 2016 _One of these mornings, after a cold night, the birches seem to wear little bud-mirrors at the edge of their branches. It reminded me about this (and linked for few seconds the lap lake and the thaï forest) _Thank you Ars Bioarctica residency for having me and the research by [...]

#15

  Kilpisjärvi, 7th of April 2016 _The Skene Expedition (Part II – Kilpis Lake) (click on GIF to enlarge)

#14

  Kilpisjärvi, 5th of April 2016 _The Skene Expedition (Part I – Saana Fell) (click on GIF to enlarge)

#13

Kilpisjärvi, 5th of April, 12:30 _Unfogging. The Skene Expedition can leave the basecamp.

#12

Kilpisjärvi, 5th of April, 8:30 am _Fog. Skene Expedition deferred until clearance.

#11

Kilpisjärvi, 4th of April 2016 _Skene ready to be installed tomorrow morning on the stage on the slope of Saana Fell. Wind forecast promising. Just light breeze.

#10

Kilpisjärvi, 3rd of April 2016 _Paras (1419 m)

#9

——————————————————————– ————————————- Kilpisjärvi, 3rd of April 2016, Midnight _”Greet the king with a welcoming expression in your eyes, your hands, and your words. You should look like an innocent flower, but be like the snake that hides underneath the flower.”

#8

kilpisjärvi, 2nd of April 2016 _On the hike in the morning to the Saana lake. From the path over the site, the lake looked like a volcano crater filled with snow and scratched in the diameter by traces of snowmobiles. Not a single soul around just the blinding cryospheric whiteness under the vernal sun. Faraway, [...]

#7

Kilpisjärvi, 1st of April 2016 _The night has been cold, colder than the previous ones. In the early morning it is -15°C and I have a walk on the frozen lake which sparkles as if it would have absorbed northen lights and all galaxies during the night. The sky is hyperclear and the contours of [...]