With inspiration from Ailsa’s excellent blog
take a look the challenge here “Where’s my backpack”
this’s my version of the theme “Hot”
“Greenland, hot or not“
Maybe Greenland is not hot in temperature terms,
but there are many other parametric values which indicating “the hot high north”.
Greenlanders themselves are friendly hospitable people
maybe even too much sometimes
these magnificent people with their own originality and culture
are not always treated worthy of us
their southern danish partners in the danish commonwealth.
or the more official name “The Danish Realm”
– the greenlandic nature just so truly amazing hot.
I would love to go to this wonderful country.
it can certainly recommend – a magnificent nature and wonderful people… 🙂
Very nice post! I hope to go the Discobay next year…or sometime…
Ha en god helg!
Thanks a lot – if you have the opportunity, do it – you will not regret… 😉
Really GREAT! I am a fan of Greenland, too.
Yeah it’s a wonderful area… 😉
Maravillosa foto. Me encantaría ir! Un abrazo.
Thanks a lot, I really appreciate that… 😉
the hole made by a hot ship driving through the icy block?
Icebergs often have some fun ways to melt in these areas… 🙂
sorry two ships, and every passenger with a hot foehn / hair-dryer in hand?
– or 2 backstroke polar bears, both smoke big havaneser cigars..? ‘hahaha’
Look at you being such an awesome photographer and such. I had heard once that “Greenland is really the Iceland, and Iceland is really the Greenland.”
The old myth says – when the first norwegian vikings came to the island later known as Iceland – they hit the most inaccessible place and were unlucky with almost anything – so they were so mad that they gave the island the name Iceland…
The norwegian vikings who came to what later was known as Greenland, so they hit a lovely nice green spot on the southeast coastline and were so happy that they gave the country the name Greenland…
Nunca podría ira allí por muy bonito que sea y por muy maravillosa que sea la gente, ¡me moriría de frio!!
The cold feels different compared to eg Denmark, Spain or the UK – it has something to do with atmospheric humidity to do – but it’s a bit cold… 🙂
Agree, Greenland is beautiful both winter and summer… 🙂