Walking on Greenland’s ice sheet


The Greenland ice sheet is a vast body of ice covering 1,710,000 square kilometres roughly 80% of the surface of Greenland. It is the second largest ice body in the world, after the Antarctic Ice Sheet. The mean altitude of the ice is 2,135 metres (7,005 ft).[1] The thickness is generally more than 2 km (1.2 mi). Some scientists predict that climate change may be near a “tipping point” where the entire ice sheet will melt in about 2,000 years.[2] If the entire 2,850,000 cubic kilometres (684,000 cu mi) of ice were to melt, it would lead to a global sea level rise of 7.2 m (24 ft).[3]

Read More»

Featured at “Ta Nea” newspaper


Read More»

Off to the Arctic



I am only one week home and I am leaving tomorrow again for 2 weeks in the frozen arctic.  We will explore the ice world of  Greenland, sail through the icebergs, walk in the glaciers, maybe meet some wales along the way.

All these are fantastic and it is a dream come true but the hardest thing of all is to leave the best guy in the world behind. The relief is that he is in the hands of the best mom in the world and I know he is happy. See you both soon :)


The challenge


Images will be coming in a slow pace as I will have to start prepare the photos for the upcoming exhibition in Milan on May 24th. Make the right choices, testing, final prints, gallery framing, shipping and all the logistics. And that’s a challenge.

The photo here is another kind of challenge and it is  from our last overwhelming photo safari.

The topi is a medium-sized antelope

Read More»

Double award for the tree leopard


My new image “the tree leopard”  has just received a silver award at the 2013 International Loupe awards and it was also awarded as commended at the 2013 TPOTY.  It is currently published in a double page spread with an interview at Photographos magazine 
Taken in our last safari in Kenya.

Page 1 of 912345...Last »
© Copyright Nicolas Lotsos - Designed by Pexeto