The Greenland

What's in a name?

The island spends one third of the year in total darkness, or at best in varying shades of black. The thermometer rarely crawls above freezing point, most of the time it stays well below to show profoundly gelid temperatures. Although largely covered with perpetual ice, this land carries the promise of green in its name. And still we overhastily tend to deny its habitability completely!
The polar fox, for example, lives there for a lifetime. Like all the other lifeforms present it has embraced the truth of a well known saying: There is no such thing as bad weather—only bad clothes!

It ain't seclusion so much. It is the constant darkness of the attic that niggles. — The Greenland

Current owner

Alyssa Verbizh
Paris, France