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Striking Photo-Essay Follows Young Woman Living Off-the-Grid in Wild Northern Finland

Brice Portolano, a photographer working for the visual project No Signal, has an incredible way of telling stories and she is an example of how amazing it is to live off the grid and become one with nature leaving the urbane life. Her first work titled the Arctic Love; is the first of four amazing photo essays; which depict the lifestyle of living at a remote place, where the nearest town is 180 miles away. She raises 85 sled dogs and is a resident of a haunted and beautiful island in Finland.

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Her life is totally off the grid living as if in Stone Age. She spends her time walking the dogs, cleaning their habitats and playing with them. Her companion here is Alex, who is a professional skier and preferred to have a similar lifestyle.

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She has documented the stories of people who would love to stay close to nature. She says that working on these projects has been a rich experience for her and she gets to know more about the lifestyles of different people while on each project.

Brice Portolano: Website | Facebook | Instagram

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