The scale of this iceberg is unbelievable.
This is only the tip of the iceberg.
Just wonder how deep it extends.
Much of Greenland’s landscape is ice and more ice.
Blue and white are the predominant colors.
Summer brings in some colors.
Here is a flowing stream with moss; looks amazing!
What is it like to stand on the rocks, just in front of an icy landscape.
The view is breath taking, to say the least.
There is not even a single soul in front of you.
You are a part of the landscape.
This is just another view of Greenland.
I like the picture being flanked by rocks on both side.
Photo taken by my wife Linda
I like photographing abandoned structures and there are quite a few of those in my blog.
Naturally, it begs the question as to the reason why they were abandoned.
The structures are exposed to the elements and the structures may have been abandoned after they fall into irreparable damages.
Or was it the other way round. The structures were abandoned because of other reasons and may have become dilapidated through no maintenance and remedial measures.
Here is a church constructed of stones in Greenland – you just wonder what has happened.
Photos taken by my wife Linda.
Basically you are surrounded by ice.
You have a feeling of vastness and even bleak and the winds are howling.
The picture before you is basically monochromatic.
Photo taken by my wife Linda.
One is not guaranteed to see northern lights in the northern regions.
They may appear for a short period or not at all.
These pictures taken by my wife on a cruise, on the way from Iceland to Greenland.
The sky looks green and unusual.
Hope there will be another encounter with the northern lights.