Alaska-born photographer Acacia Johnson's Polaris depicts the northern lands of Alaska and Iceland in a series of moody, atmospheric photos. With a profound connection to the Far North’s otherworldly terrains, Johnson—who describes her photographic process as “expeditionary in nature”—captures stunning images of untamed wilderness.
“In a man devoted to knowledge, pity seems almost ridiculous.”
—F. Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, §171 (excerpt).