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.

 

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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

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I dit it! Lobuche Peak, 6119m ✔️❤️ One thing that I've learned through my adventures is how much of our physical strength that is actually mental. We think that we can't do something and therefor we can't. We give up before we have even tried. If we only would dare to try we would be surprised how much we're actually capable of.

One thing that I really wanted to do during my trip to Nepal was climbing a mountain. I picked Lobuche Peak at 6119m, just around the corner from Everest. I had never climbed such a big mountain before, but I really wanted to give it a try.

Unfortunately, 5 weeks before my trip started I had to go through surgery for cervical cell changes. It was not a big thing, but I was told I wasn't aloud to do any kind of training the before my trip in order for my body to heal properly.

This was of course devastating for me. To be able to handle the lower amount of oxygen over 6000m I was in the middle of a really intense workout schedule.  Now I had to stop.

I asked myself what should I do. Should I cancel the plans of climbing the mountain and forget about my dream? I decided not to. I wanted to see how far my own will could take me up the mountain even if I wasn't in the best physical shape.

And this morning I got the answer - my will took me all the way to the top! Such an amazing feeling standing there realizing how much I'm actually capable of, just if I put my mind to it! 💥
The view from this mornings climb to Kala Patthar, 5550 m, was totally amazing! A 360 view over all the peaks around during the time of sunrise. 
In this pic: one of my absolute favorites, Ama Dablam. ❤️ A good advice for all of you planning doing Kala Patthar yourself: dress warm and don't forget extra warm socks and gloves. It's freezing before the sun hits you (which might take a while since it rises behind the highest mountain in the world)!
I made it!!! 💟
All the way from Jiri through the Nepalese jungle, up and pass Lukla and finally through the rocky landscape to Everest Base Camp at 5364m! This i did all on my own, without any help from porters or guides or even the company of friends. 12 days, 182 km and I don't now how many meters of altitudes in total. Feel so proud and happy right now! ❤️💪 But my adventure isn't over yet. Tomorrow I will climb Kala Patthar and the day after that I'll head up to Lobuche high camp from where I will attempt to summit the over 6000m Lobuche Peak! Check out my Instagram story feed to see how it goes! 😘
Today I felt the altitude in a bad way for the first time. After reaching the village of Lobuche my head started aching real bad, but after some rest, water and a short hike up to higher altitude and then back down again I felt much better! It's amazing how your body can adapt if you just gives it time. ❤️
Pic from the short hike with rests of the Khumbu Glacier in the background.
Tomorrow I'm heading up for base camp! 🏔️
Today I walked higher than I ever been before, up to 5090m! Everything went well (even though it was hard) and it feels very good since Everest Base Camp is "only" about 274 m higher!
Now I'm back in Dingboche at 4400m. The hike today was part of the acclimatizing process where you slowly expose your body to higher altitudes. By going up, then back down again your body will find it easier next time you go higher.
Pic from the top of the climb today with views over Ama Dablam.
Today's hike up to Dingboche was very different than the hike yesterday. The clouds were low, the rain kept pouring down and the huge mountains that's surrounds me did not show all. But it was still so beautiful!
As the trail kept getting higher and higher, the landscape changed as well, from green rhododendron forests to rocky and sandy with less and less vegetation. It certainly feels that I'm getting higher. Now at 4400m I'm close to higher than I ever been before.
These guys are so strong. I sometimes struggling with my 15 kg+ back pack (even though I start to get use to it by now) but the porters here carry well over 50 kg, often walking in just plain sandals.
It makes me think about how worried we westerners are about weight and that we have "the right" kind of gear. It seems pretty clear that what you have works just fine - so don't let the lack of proper gear stopping you from getting out in nature!
Getting up early is definitely something that will be rewarding at the Everest Base Camp Trek. You will get clear skies = beautiful views before the clouds comes in, the temperature will be cooler and you can also get the trail for yourself if you're lucky!
Today's hike up to Tengboche was really something else, this is hiking at its best! ☀️
The Everest Base Camp Trek is hiked by tens of thousands each year. The trail between Jiri and Lukla only by a thousand. And it really was something else. I didn't meet many hikers at all, but one of the days I was happy to get company by this cutie. She followed me for hours before she suddenly decided to go back to where she came from. A man told me she use to follow hikers to make sure they not get lost. ❤️

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