Greenland Photo Gallery by Paul Shoul

Hunters cleaning Guillemot, seabirds sold for their meat in the coastal town of Sisimiut
Hunters cleaning Guillemot, seabirds sold for their meat in the coastal town of Sisimiut
Boy on a cellphone in Ilulissat.
Boy on a cellphone in Ilulissat.
Halibut brought up from the ice fjord, a World Heritage Site near Ilulissat.
Halibut brought up from the ice fjord, a World Heritage Site near Ilulissat.
The abandoned village of Assaquataq was once home to fishermen, now it is only used during the summer as a camp.
The abandoned village of Assaquataq was once home to fishermen, now it is only used during the summer as a camp.
The Russell Glacier, on the inland ice cap that covers 85% of Greenland.
The Russell Glacier, on the inland ice cap that covers 85% of Greenland.
The wind blows hard during the long winter in Greenland.
The wind blows hard during the long winter in Greenland.
Sledge dogs running near Ilulissat.
Sledge dogs running near Ilulissat.
Sledge dogs prefer sleeping in the snow and won't use doghouses, no matter how cold it is.
Sledge dogs prefer sleeping in the snow and won’t use doghouses, no matter how cold it is.
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Paul Shoul
Paul Shoul is a Northampton, MA-based photographer who doubles as a staff writer for GoNOMAD. For thirty years he's lived in the Pioneer Valley and chronicled life there though his work in the Valley Advocate and Preview magazines. He's also been seen in the Boston Globe, New York Times, BBC, the Chronicle of Higher Education and many other publications. Today as well as shooting around the world for GoNOMAD he works for local nonprofits, banks and advertising agencies.