Environmental activist, photographer, and adventurer Sebastian Copeland has just released an epic new documentary called “Into the Cold“. The film chronicles the explorer and his partner Keith Heger on their 2009 journey to the North Pole – from training in Minnesota and Los Angeles to two months on the frozen ice cap. From a release:
“The stark reality sets in when the green, urban landscapes fade away to a bone-chilling backdrop where the two men are suddenly alone for millions of square miles of ice. Left to find inner peace in the face of physical struggle, the men become navigators of their own souls, observing humankind’s direct relationship with the deterioration of their breathtaking and remote surroundings.”
Want to win “Into the Cold”? Leave a comment below telling us about one of your own breathtaking moments with nature. In parnership with LivingEco.com, we’ll choose three people at random to take home a copy! (Complete rules here) Check out an interview with Sebastian Copeland about his new film after the jump below.