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

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CONTEST: Tag a friend and win a photo print!
In September I will visit the Swedish outdoor festival #UTEFEST and talk about my hike along the Pacific Crest Trail last year. I will also bring my exhibition with photos from the trail. Now you have the chance to win one of the prints! Tag a friend below that you want to set out on an adventure with for your chance to win! 
The winner will be picked at September 4th in collaboration with @utemagasinetsverige
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Wilderness Stories is growing. Right now I'm in the middle of designing the brand new website that will be launched in September! One new section will be #mywildernessstory where you can read other inspiring people's own story from the wilderness!
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You can also share your own story for a chance to get featured by using the hashtag #mywildernessstory in social media.
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Spread the word and help me inspire more people to get out in the wilderness! // Lots of love 💕 Linda
Always say yes to trying new stuff! It's by the end of our comfort zone magic starts to happen! 
This past week I've experienced some of the best days this summer. As I got to borrow two kayaks from @kajaksidan and @melkerofsweden, I've been able to try out my new passion for kayaking even more. And the best part - I've also been able to introduced it to some of my friends! This is @pearliepics on our magical sunset/photo shoot kayak trip last night. She was a bit unsteady in the beginning but paddled like a pro by the end of the night. ✨
My preparations for Everest Base Camp continues! In my new blogpost at wilderness-stories.com (link in bio) I've written about the risks being at higher altitude, how to prepare for it and how to act while you're there. Check it out!
Pic from climbing Mt. Whitney earlier this summer, taken at about 3900 meters.
Summer nights ❤️
TÄVLING! COMPETITION!
This fall I'll be visiting the Swedish outdoor festival Utefest where I will talk about my hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. I will also show my pics from the trail and now you have the chance to win one of the prints!
Do like this:
* Post your best adventure picture and tell your story behind it. * Tag: #mywildernessstory #utemagasinetsverige #utefest2017
* Follow @wildernessstories & @utemagasinetsverige 
The winner will be announced on September 4 and get to pick one of the images on wilderness-stories.com/sv/print-shop (link in bio) in the size 30x40cm. The print can be picked up on Utefest or be mailed after the event (with in Sweden).
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What are you doing a normal day after work? Going home, cooking food, watching TV? Killing time? Why not bring your dinner and take a drive till you find a beautiful spot close to home instead? 
Picture from the back of my van by a lake I found exploring backcountry roads earlier this summer.
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I hope you all have had a really nice weekend! I went out with my boyfriend on my very first boat+camping trip! Jumped in the boat on Friday night and then just went straight out towards the sea until we found this super nice spot on a small island in the Stockholm archipelago. ❤️
It was such a luxury to not have to worry about the weight, so I brought my old super heavy and super big tent - felt like living in a castle after months in a one person tent! 😂
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