A 45 year-old Dutch sculptor Ap Verheggen have just installed two big steel sculptures atop an iceberg floating in the fjord surrounding Uummannaq, Greenland, North Pole.
Uummannaq is an Inuit village where the ratio of humans to sled dogs runs 1:2. This culture depends on dog sled travel for winter hunting, transportation and tourist trade.
This project wants to study the climate change and its impact on the Innuits. But the best part of it is that we can follow the iceberg's drift, thanks to some (e)- technology that was installed along with the sculptures.
You may follow the Dogsled Riders on the map and the live cam here: