Greenland – Nanortalik #3


For my third and last collection of photographs of this fascinating small coastal town in Greenland, I have eleven miscellaneous photographs from the town and nearby.   The first two are of icebergs and a glacier high up in the mountains viewed on the approach to the town from the sea.  The remaining photographs show views of the town, its harbour, its backdrop of saw-tooth mountains, its proud displaying of the national flag, and of a reconstructed turf house, showing the original homes in which the townsfolk lived . . .

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13 thoughts on “Greenland – Nanortalik #3

  1. These are beautiful, Roland. What kind of critter is that curled up by the hut? Do I need a stronger pair of glasses because it looks like a polar bear?

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  2. I plan to take a look at those. Yes, the critter looked much too languid to be a polar bear. But my eyes deceived me.

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