Chilling lessons from a 6-month journey to the edge of the Earth


Two photojournalists traveled almost 10,000 miles around the Arctic last summer, documenting a new world borne by melting ice.

In the late 19th century, Arctic mania gripped the world. Explorers raced to discover the North Pole, and some held that they’d find a paradisiacal lost civilization there–before explorers arrived in 1909 to find a frozen ice cap.

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