Peter Voss first visited Greenland in 2012 with a group of Swiss photographers. He spent two weeks in different places along Greenland’s south and southwest coast. Each day, the team hired several small fishing boats and took trips on the Arctic Sea. They explored the ice fjords and watched the whales and calving glaciers. He was able to capture just a taste of the glorious landscapes, the deep blue fjords, the “eternal ice” of the glaciers, and the Inuits’ way of life in touch with nature. Those photographs are reproduced here in this book.