The ridiculously awesome Polar Inertia has come out with a new issue, and it features these beautiful photos of ice fishing shacks.
Writes the photographer Scott Peterman: “These shacks illustrate the primal elements of shelter, food, warmth and an ongoing battle against the caprices of nature. They are entirely utilitarian in their purpose, using lightweight windproof materials such as foam insulation sheet metal, plastic or wood, yet put together in surprisingly ingenious ways, appearing as crude minimalist sculpture.”
Any one of these shacks could be the summer residence of Pruned. Just chopper it with me inside down on top of a glacier or in the middle of the polar ice caps, and I'll blog the days away in solitude, with the subzero landscape, katabatic winds and blazing auroras as my inspirations.