There is something magnetic about the far north. I have been drawn towards it since I was just a small child. My first chance to visit Greenland in 1999 became a turning point in my life and I just knew I had to dive deeper into this wonderful true wilderness. Since then I have visited the Arctic on many trips and expeditions and nowhere in the world have I found the peace and the solitude that the open tundra plain can offer. The Wildlife is often sparse and far between, but the sheer joy of spotting something after many hours in the field is incompareable. To end the day in a blueberry field enjoying the quiet world, the scent of the the arctic flora and dreaming of the here and now is true food for the soul.