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.

 

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

Someone once asked me if I didn't loose track of the days hiking the PCT. My answer was 'No, it was actually the opposite, I could easily recall the days, even months back. We just didn't call them by the name we use in "normal life". In the wild we simply referred to them after what made them special.' This is for example a pic from "Fog Day" (or as all the others would call it, May 6) last year. 
PCT, mile ~426
How do you prepare for a hike on a trail you never been on before? Read about my second step in my preparation for Everest Base Camp trek: Setting a time schedule, at wilderness-stories.com (link in bio)
Pic from PCT mile ~1973, in one of the weirdest landscapes I've ever seen: the lava fields in Oregon.
Passing the 2600-mile marker on the PCT was a big thing for me. Being the last 100-marker with only 50 mile to go it was clear that I was gonna complete the entire trail. Now I've seen that I've also passed 2600 followers here on Instagram! I'm so happy for all of you and that you want to follow me on my adventures! Hearing from you, meeting you and hear your own stories is what keeps me going - so from the bottom I'm my heart, THANK YOU! ❤️
One year ago today, on June 5th 2016, I summited my very first mountain, Mount Whitney on a side trail of the PCT. With its 14505 ft / 4421 meter it counts as the highest mountain in the "lower 48" (the U.S. except the 2 states of Alaska and Hawaii). It was a bit tricky in the snow, but we all made it! I know there's a lot more snow in the Sierras this year so I wish all the thruhikers of 2017 all the best and also want to send them a reminder to stay safe. If Whitney feels to risky when you pass it, you can always do it later. The mountains won't go anywhere. ❤️
If you have a dream or something you really want to do, it can be a little bit scary to make it happen. We make up ideas about why now isn't the right time, why it's better to do it later. But the truth is that there's no better time than right now. Don't push forward your dreams. Make them happen. ☀️
Me after my first full day of kayaking last week. It was a bit scary and on this pic I'm super tired but so happy at the same time because I finally did it! And it was so much fun!
If there's something you feel like trying, just do it. Don't make up excuses for why now isn't the best time. Yesterday I rented a kayak and crossed through the islands in the Stockholm archipelago for the very first time. I moved here 13 years ago and I can't believe it's took me so long to do this! 
Good side with the story though: It's never to late.
2:30 in the morning and the sun is slowly rising over the Baltic Sea. I just love those bright summer nights. ❤️
Spent the whole day yesterday in the beautiful Nacka nature reserve just outside Stockholm. It's amazing how fast you can get out in nature, even in such a big city as the capital of Sweden! From the stockholm central station it's less then a 30 minutes drive and with the metro it will go even faster!
Tried a new form of workout yesterday: I put my backpack on and cycled to the store for some grocery shopping. 15K and 15kg on my back surely made me feel both good and exhausted afterwards!

Subscribe to new posts on Wilderness Stories!



Supporters