Mount Asgard Looks Like The Actual Home Of The Viking Gods

Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods

Artur Stanisz takes perfect photos of landscapes. So perfect, in fact, that sometimes they seem unreal. Like this image of Mount Asgard, a strange double-peak on the Cumberland Peninsula of Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. It feels like the actual home of the Nordic Gods. The rest of his photos are even more stunning.

Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods
Mt. Asgard looks like the actual home of the Viking gods

Artur Stanisz is a Polish-Canadian landscape photographer based in Vancouver. He also organizes "workshops and adventure photo tours for aspiring landscape photographers who wish to explore with me the beauty of British Columbia, Canadian Rockies, Yukon or Patagonia (Chile and Argentina) as well as Bolivia, Peru and Poland."

You can follow him on his website, 500px, Flickr, and Facebook.