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September 18th 2015
“Swans of weird shape pecked at our planks, a gondola steered by a giraffe ran foul of us, which amused a duck sitting on a crocodile’s head... All the strange, fantastic shapes rose and fell in stately cadence with a rustling, whispering sound and hollow echoes to the seas.” Frank Worsley, Captain of ‘Endurance’ - describing icebergs Anywhere in Greenland is 'out of th ... read more
North America » Greenland » East Greenland

Greenlandic Flag The world's largest island, Greenland is about 81% ice-capped. Vikings reached the island in the 10th century from Iceland; Danish colonization began in the 18th century and Greenland was made an integral part of Denmark in 1953. It joined the Europe... ... read more
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5th October 2015

The Two Towers
Not really Tolkienesque but stunning that Nature would exhibit them this way. Love that the flora of this harsh landscape can move you in such a way. Beautiful walk and pics in the gardens of Greenland. Thanks Dave.

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