This is another photograph from the U.S.-based photographer Kate Holstein, who brought us the Silver Surfer of Venice Beach.
This one was taken in the Yukon territory in northwest Canada known for its untouched, mountainous and sparsely populated wilderness.
The awesome power of the cold mountain scenery takes over the viewer immediately and starts the thought processes of: How cold would that be? How high is that? Is it always snow covered?
And that’s the beauty of nature photography. Even when they present inaccessible and inhospitable locations, they are somehow open to everyone’s comments and admiration.
Thanks to photographers such as Holstein, we get to see – and hang in our rooms – stunning images of breathtaking, unreachable vistas.