Yesterday I watched a BBC programme called 'The Last Igloo'. Described as a "meditative and poetic sensory immersion into the world of a lone Inuit hunter" it's a beautiful documentary following a lone hunter in Greenland as he hunts, fishes and constructs an igloo.
The stunning image above was captured when he lit some candles and cooked the fish he had caught earlier in the day.
It's achingly poignant as it depicts a way of life that is rapidly disappearing due to changing times but mostly due to climate change.
At times it seemed a tad slow, but I think it added to the charm. It's well worth watching.
∼ Be safe and well∼