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Featured Images: Greenland, The Edge of The World

 

Village of Ikussisat, Western Greenland © 2008 Charles & Mary Love

Greenland is the world’s largest island that’s not a continent. Originally named Greenland by Vikings to lure settlers,  the island is, in reality, covered 90% by snow and ice. This Viking marketing ploy was one of the earliest examples of misinformation and deception! Below is a selection of our images from separate trips to the west and east coasts:

 

Ilulissat, Western Greenland, © 2008 Charles and Mary Love

 

Inuit Woman in ceremonial clothing © 2008 Charles & Mary Love

 

Hunting dogs, Illulissat, Western Greenland © 2008 Charles & May Love

 

Colossal Iceberg from Jakobshavn Glacier, Ilulissat, Western Greenland

 

 

Exploring Scoresby Sound by Zodiac, East Greenland © 2022 Charles & Mary Love

 

Northwest Fiord, Scoresby Sound, East Greenland © 2022 Charles & Mary Love

 

Mountains and icebergs near Bear Island, Scoresby Sound, East Greenland © 2022 Charles & Mary Love
Mountains and icebergs near Bear Island, Scoresby Sound, East Greenland © 2022 Charles & Mary Love

 

Peaks bordering O Fiord, Scoresby Sound, East Greenland © 2022 Charles & Mary Love

 

Icebergs at Red Island, Scoresby Sound, East Greenland © 2022 Charles & Mary Love

 

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