Arctic Photos - Pictures | Landscape Photography

Arctic Photos,Photography Prints of the Brooks Range, Aurora, and Gates of the Arctic

Arctic Photo Gallery is a collection of fine art nature photos featuring pictures of the rugged beauty of the Arctic by Jess Lee.
Often represented as barren and empty the Arctic has its own charm and beauty. The unique Arctic Landscape fine art prints found here can bring beauty and peacefulness into your home or office. The dramatic and starkly beautiful images of the Arctic Landscape will add and unique presence to any Landscape Photography Collection.


Storm brewing over Alaskan mountain range. Autumn colors are in full bloom.
Gates of the Arctic | Alaska
Arctic plain covered in hardy plant life.
North of the Brooks Range, Arctic Alaska
Grizzly bear exploring in Alaska's Arctic tundra.
Arctic Circle Alaska
Fog covers the wetlands in Alaska's Arctic tundra.
Arctic Alaska
Aurora Borealis over the Gates of the Arctic National Park Brooks Mountain Range
Gates of the Arctic | Alaska
Autumn colors take hold in the Brooks Range in Alaska.
Arctic Brooks Range, Alaska
Panorama of Brooks Mountain Range in Alaska during winter
Brooks Range | Alaska
Road cutting through Arctic tundra in Alaska
Arctic Alaska
Autumn creeps in at Gates of the Arctic in Alaska
Gates of the Arctic, Alaska
Aurora Borealis dancing over an Alaskan mountain range
Arctic Brooks Range, Alaska
Autumn colored trees in the Arctic surrounded by a rainbow after heavy rainfall
Arctic Alaska
Light dusting of snow covering the hills in Alaska's arctic
Arctic Alaska
Aurora Borealis over a snow-covered Alaskan mountain range.
Arctic Brooks Range, Alaska
Sunrise in Lofoten, Norway
Lofoten, Norway
Autumn colors engulfing the side of a mountain in Alaska
Arctic Alaska
Brooks Range landscape showing off beautiful blue colors.
Arctic Alaska
Grizzly searching for a meal in the Alaskan forest.
Alaska Arctic
A lone musk ox stands in an open field in Alaska's arctic tundra
Arctic Alaska
Arctic pass covered in snow
Arctic Alaska
Aurora Borealis making waves over the Alaskan landscape.
Arctic Alaska
Morning on Alaska's arctic tundra.
Arctic Alaska
Harbor in Lofoten, Norway with red buildings scattered about.
Lofoten, Norway
Alaskan trees changing color as Autumn sets in.
Arctic Alaska
A break in an ice sheet in Lofoten, Norway
Lofoten, Norway
Northern Arctic river stretching into the mountain side.
Arctic Alaska
Arctic mountain covered in a thin layer of snow.
Arctic Alaska
Autumn in Alaska's arctic
Arctic Alaska
The Aurora Borealis in Alaska putting on a light show by light of the moon.
Arctic Brooks Range, Alaska

The Prints

The photos from this gallery are made as collectible, museum quality, exclusive, fine art, limited edition luxurious prints. These prints are made from the finest materials in the industry and are available as Lumachrome® HD Trulife® Acrylic Prints, Exhibit Mounted Metal Prints, and Fuji Crystal Archive Prints. The prints ordered from this gallery are delivered signed and numbered. In addition, along with the luxurious collectible print you will receive a Certificate of Authenticity sign by myself.

After selecting the desired photo, just select the type and size of print you would like to purchase in the area beneath the photo. If you are looking for a different size than what is shown or have any other questions or special needs, please contact us.. For more information and details regarding these museum quality landscape prints for sale, please click on this link to our Prints Page. I appreciate you taking the time to look at the many images I have to offer and if you have any questions or special needs, I would be happy to hear from you.

Arctic, a land of change

The effects of global warming in the Arctic include rising temperatures, loss of sea ice, and melting of the Greenland ice sheet. Potential methane release from the region, especially through the thawing of permafrost and methane clathrates, is also a concern. Because of the amplified response of the Arctic to global warming, it is often seen as a leading indicator of global warming. The melting of Greenland's ice sheet is linked to polar amplification.[36][37]

Arctic sea ice coverage as of 2007 compared to 2005 and compared to 1979–2000 average

The Arctic is especially vulnerable to the effects of any climate change, as has become apparent with the reduction of sea ice in recent years. Climate models predict much greater warming in the Arctic than the global average,[38] resulting in significant international attention to the region. In particular, there are concerns that Arctic shrinkage, a consequence of melting glaciers and other ice in Greenland, could soon contribute to a substantial rise in sea levels worldwide.[39]

The current Arctic warming is leading to ancient carbon being released from thawing permafrost, leading to methane and carbon dioxide production by micro-organisms.[40][41] Release of methane and carbon dioxide stored in permafrost could cause abrupt and severe global warming,[42] as they are potent greenhouse gases.[43]

Climate change is also predicted to have a large impact on tundra vegetation, causing an increase of shrubs,[44] and having a negative impact on bryophytes and lichens.[45]

Apart from concerns regarding the detrimental effects of warming in the Arctic, some potential opportunities have gained attention. The melting of the ice is making the Northwest Passage, the shipping routes through the northernmost latitudes, more navigable, raising the possibility that the Arctic region will become a prime trade route.[46] One harbinger of the opening navigability of the Arctic took place in the summer of 2016 when the Crystal Serenity successfully navigated the Northwest Passage, a first for a large cruise ship.[47] In addition, it is believed that the Arctic seabed may contain substantial oil fields which may become accessible if the ice covering them melts.[48] These factors have led to recent international debates as to which nations can claim sovereignty or ownership over the waters of the Arctic.[49][50][51][52]