Every Picture Tells A Story: A 19th Century Selfie in Greenland

Every Picture Tells A Story: A 19th Century Selfie in Greenland

In this photograph from the late 19th or early 20th Century, a mysterious chap by the name of Th. N Krabbe poses for a long exposure selfie as the wind whistles over the Tasiusaq-bay in Greenland. Thanks to the National Museum of Denmark. Found here

Every Picture Tells A Story: A 19th Century Selfie in Greenland

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