Print Shop


Welcome to Wilderness Stories Print Shop! Here you can order photoprints of some of my photographs. The prints are available in four different sizes: 21×30, 30×40, 50×70 and 70×100 centimeters. Se prices and terms at the bottom of this page.

How to order:
  1. Send an email to info@wilderness-stories.com and write the number(s) of the print you want to purchase, how many, what size and where you want the images to be delivered.
  2. Once the order is received and processed you will receive a confirmation email with your order number and payment details.
  3. Pay your order. Once the payment is received, your prints will be shipped.


Prints:

Print #001 | Pacific Crest Trail: View over Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California

Print #002 | Pacific Crest Trail: View from Mount Whitney, California

Print #003 | Pacific Crest Trail: Kearsarge Pass, Kings Canyon National Park, California

Print #004 | Pacific Crest Trail: Kings Canyon National Park, California

Print #005 | Pacific Crest Trail: Sierra National Forest, California

Print #006 | Pacific Crest Trail: Donahue Pass, Yosemite Wilderness, California

Print #007 | Pacific Crest Trail: Plumas National Forest, California

Print #008 | Pacific Crest Trail: Shasta National Forest, California

Print #009 | Pacific Crest Trail: Mount Shasta, Shasta National Forest, California

Print #010 | Pacific Crest Trail: Wizard Island/Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Print #011 | Pacific Crest Trail: Mount Thielsen, Deschutes National Forest, Oregon

Print #012 | Pacific Crest Trail: Mount Washington, Three Fingered Jack, Mount Jefferson and Mount Hood, Willamette National Forest, Oregon

Print #013 | Pacific Crest Trail: Mount Jefferson, Willamette National Forest, Oregon

Print #014 | Pacific Crest Trail: Punch bowl falls, Eagle Creek alternate, Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

Print #015 | Pacific Crest Trail: Knife’s Edge, Goat Rock Wilderness, Washington

Print #016 | Pacific Crest Trail: Wenatchee National Forest, Washington

Print #017 | Pacific Crest Trail: Wenatchee National Forest, Washington

Print #018 | Pacific Crest Trail: Camp below Glacier Peak, Wenatchee National Forest, Washington

Print #019 | Pacific Crest Trail: Cutthroat pass, Wenatchee National Forest, Washington


Prices

All pictures are produced on photo paper with the matte finish (ColorPrint). Note that the color and contrast can differ between your screen and the print, depending on the settings of your screen.

All pictures are sold without a frame. The sizes of the images, however, are adapted to the standard dimensions available on frames in store. 2-5 cm white border will be added to the picture to fit the dimensions without cropping the image.

If you have specific requirements such as size, framing, etc., please contact info@wilderness-stories.com

21 × 30: 800 SEK

30 × 40: 2000 SEK

50 × 70: 3500 SEK

70 × 100: 5000 SEK

All prices are in Swedish krona (SEK) and includes VAT and shipping within Sweden. 

For shipping outside Sweden, please contact info@wilderness-stories.com for prices and conditions.


Terms and conditions:

All pictures are sold without a frame and shipped rolled in a tube of hard cardboard.

All shipments is sent via Postnord and is both traceable and insured. Wilderness Stories are not responsible for how Postnord handle the package. Shipping is included in the price.

In case of return, the buyer pay for return shipping. The buyer also stands for a sum of 200 SEK (for prints up to 30 × 40) or 500 SEK (for prints larger than 30 × 40) for work and shipping. The condition of the print(s) must be as new for the return to be approved. After the return has been accepted and approved, the buyer will be paid the remaining amount back to desired bank account.

 

To the swedish site:

http://www.wilderness-stories.com/sv

Me who runs the blog

... is Linda Åkerberg. I'm a 32 years old photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. Read more about me here

Instagram

The power of nature. 🌊
Few things can make me feel so small and so big at the same time.
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This pic is from one of the places I visited in Aruba. A place close to the water where we had one of the photo shoots and the extreme waves from the ocean suddenly reminded us how small we are. And at the same time, how powerful it is to be part of all this and how we only by trusting ourself, by making the right decisions, we can be able to enjoy the powerful conditions nature can put us in.
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For nature, I’m nobody - but for myself, I’m everything.
It's a wrap! After 2 weeks and more than 20k photos, I leave the amazing Aruba island. Our photo shoots has taken us all over the Island, we've been in caves, abandoned houses, cactus fields, natural pools, on SUP boards, a sail boat, bumpy dirt roads, fantastic street art streets, at yoga sessions, carnivals and so much more! It's been really intense but I've also had so much fun!
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Thank you @yoga_girl, @amelie_rehnvall and @sandra_planeta for being such an amazing crew! And of course also @dennisfromsalad and @loving.lealuna ❤️🙏☀️
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The work will be published later this year, but till then I'll post some more pics from the island the upcoming days.
I ❤️ dirt roads!
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My two weeks in Aruba has been spent a lot on these and I love the feeling of traveling on a road that might take you to a secret spot, a spot that only the ones that knows the path knows exist.
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1 year ago I made myself a promise to stop taking the highways in life and instead explore where the smaller roads can take me. To discover things I don't even know exist. Literally, but also how I live my life and make choices in it. It's gone pretty good so far and I will do my best to keep doing it in the future. Its amazing how life opens up when you step outside your comfort zone! 👊❤️
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#bringmethehorizon #letlifebegin #adventureanywhere #adventureisoutthere #wanderlust #vanlife #dirtroaddiaries #yogagirl #arubaonehappyisland
Sometimes you just need to take a step aside and clear your head. After doing photo shoots for 9 days straight, from morning till night, it was nice to finally get an afternoon off and do something completely different: Snorkling!
Now my body's full of energy again and the rest of the week feels just as exciting as the first day!
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So if you struggle with something, don't push it. Take a break. Do something different. You will feel much better and clearer afterwards! 🌟
What is it with abandoned houses that's so fascinating? Maybe it is the feeling that time has stopped or the thoughts you get in your head when you start thinking about that someone used to live here and what made them leave the house? Or is it the feeling of nature taking over the human structure? Anyway they always fascinates me. What about you? You like them or not? Why?
So what am I doing in Aruba? As some of you might already found out I'm here working with the amazing @yoga_girl Rachel Brathen!
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Rachel who also is from Sweden, moved here to Aruba 8 years ago after traveling around in Costa Rica and Central America exploring the intricate studies of yoga and spirituality.
She's an author, serial entrepreneur and international yoga teacher. 
On top of that, she also runs both the foundations @sgtpeppersfriends and @109world
And the yoga studio @island.yoga and @oneoeight.tv (an online platform for yoga, meditation, and healing).
🙏☀️
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The results of the 2 week photo shoot we're doing will be out later this year, but here's a sneak peak from one of the shoots we did some days ago!
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#yogagirl #yogaeverydamnday #MYWILDERNESSSTORY #bohemianoutfit #boho #motherworld
The first thing you think of when you thinking about Aruba are probably white beaches, palm trees and clear turquoise water, but this island has so much more to offer! Yesterday I had the luxury to be guided around the island to see some of the most beautiful places. Caves,  harsh lava rock landscapes and colorful cities for example. This is from where we waited for the sun to rise in Arikok National Park.
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So even if you're in the most touristy place ever, just try to think outside the box, there's so much more to explore out there. 💕
NEW ADVENTURE : Tomorrow I leave Sweden for two weeks in sunny Aruba! Even if I like the winter it's gonna be nice with some sun and warm temperatures! ☀ 
Can't wait to discover the island and what it has to offer! Follow me on my trip both in by post and story feed 🙏💕
One of the events that is arranged by @friluftsbyn is the High Coast Winter Classic, a 3-day snowshoe hike through the Skuleskogen National Park.
I participated in this event in 2016, which definitely was an experience that I will remember for the rest of my life.
This year the winter classic will take place between February 15-17. Check out their website hogakustenwinterclassic.se for tickets!

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