Paul Nicklen
@paulnicklen

During our recent expedition to the Northwest Passage and Lancaster Sound, the crew of the MV Archimedes treated @Sea_Legacy like gold, allowing my team to focus on telling stories and gathering images to show the world what’s at stake up there. I want to send an Arctic-sized thank you out to the whole team of the Archimedes and @EYOSexpeditions. Let’s do it again. #turningthetide #instagood #polarbear #conservation #bears

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2017.11.28. 01:36

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@allineedisadog

2017.11.29. 08:34
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@andreuxime

2017.11.29. 08:50
How does it feel to be there

@daizy_sp2

2017.11.29. 13:09
Wonderful!

@md.picsss

2017.11.29. 15:21
New photography account πŸ“ΈπŸ“Έ based on travel ✈️ and new cultures 🌎🌍. Come check it out!!!!

@allwildpictures

2017.11.29. 15:28
Glad they treated you so well @paulnicklen I hope to experience that one day as well! To be able to share the wild places, people, and species with the rest of the world is the dream. Cheers!

@oceans.and.mountains

2017.11.29. 16:18
Great photo ❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀

@axeldesmelliers

2017.11.29. 16:53
Superbe

@picturemytrail

2017.11.29. 17:33
Woow, just amazing!!

@terencebridgwood

2017.11.29. 19:47
I'm on my own πŸ’”

@happeetails

2017.11.29. 21:08
sigh...

@1st.nature

2017.11.29. 21:33
πŸ˜πŸ“·πŸ’™

@ali.mahad.photography

2017.11.29. 22:41
Check my account I want your opinion πŸ’πŸ’

@littlejanine

2017.11.29. 22:49
@mhairidotjoy

@hippycindy

2017.11.29. 22:55
😍😍😍😍😍😍

@thebreezeway

2017.11.30. 03:53
@missjuliecarberry :’)

@conzky

2017.11.30. 05:15
Can I go with? Dreaming 😍😍😍😍

@gobeyondtravelwriter

2017.11.30. 07:09
Wonderful. πŸ‘πŸ‘

@northatheart

2017.11.30. 12:21
Marvelous

@cristineblume

2017.11.30. 22:23
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@wventrup

2017.12.01. 01:51
WOW πŸ’žβ„οΈ

@a.kings.crusade

2017.12.01. 05:11
Sweet Pic!!

@janedancho

2017.12.01. 08:14
Beautiful 😍😍😍

@marieange.weber

2017.12.01. 14:26
Magnific ! congrat.

@pahelichakraborty

2017.12.01. 15:59
Stunningly beautiful .. πŸ‘πŸ’œ

@jasminelowey

2017.12.01. 16:19
@taylorfindlay 😎

@rebeccanadenphotography

2017.12.01. 18:18
Fab 😍

@hsruzow

2017.12.01. 23:06
@hanhanhanhanhanxo

@janinerestrepo

2017.12.02. 03:05
Omg that just amazing

@cindyfaye63

2017.12.02. 20:30
Gorgeous perspective in this shot!

@delphhn

2017.12.03. 01:49
I would love a internship with nature photographers. I really love it, message me if you or you know someone that wants to help me out

@sandras_sevilla

2017.12.03. 05:20
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@wandering_jones

2017.12.03. 06:19
Beautiful!

@naturednugvt6894dvh

2017.12.04. 05:08
May Mother Nature bless this magnificent creature!!

@lindseymclaughs

2017.12.05. 03:30
I couldn't agree more people need to know what they're doing to these animals not just see them for as cute and cuddle he was nothing wrong or nothing at stake Love it great work🐻🐻

@gz_nature.explorer

2017.12.05. 21:52
Beautiful view πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

@mansrelief

2017.12.07. 14:24
So cool! Wow

@kokobeansworld

2017.12.08. 05:13
@paulnicklen do you have a website where I can buy photos? It’s amazing, your work.

@florinadeac

2017.12.10. 11:10
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