Greenland

October 02, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

I have recently completed a trip to the East Coast of Greenland.  This wild, jagged, remote landscape was full of surprises in breath and beauty, and provided quite a few cultural awakenings as well.  The population of Greenland is just a bit over 50,000, with a small percentage of that occupying the East Coast due to the rugged fjords that line the entire Eastern part of the country.  These towering mountains separated by vast glaciers create significant hurdles in traveling between towns; which always necessitated boat or helicopter transportation.  The roads are few and only exists within each township...not between them.  It will take me some time to process this portfolio, but in the interim, I hope to post a few updates along the way.  Stay tuned for more photographs of this stunning landscape.  


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