Category Archives: Greenland

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The Sea of Tranquility

The atmosphere in west Greenland is very dry, so much so that -15C is actually a very tolerable temperature if there’s no wind. Add in a bit of direct sun and you could even consider […]

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Uummannaq  – Part 2

The weather finally cleared and we flew to the remote airstrip at Qaarsut settlement, before making the short hop to Uummannaq island by helicopter. Whilst Uummannaq is the main hub town for the area, there […]

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Uummannaq, The Heart Shaped Mountain – Part 1

March 2022 Greenland, a land of icebergs and Inuit’s. Conventional wisdom says Greenland is only visited by intrepid explorers’ like Amundson and a few hardy trekkers who come in the summer, but ordinary people like […]

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Learning to See

A few months ago, I spent a very enjoyable day photographing waterfalls on the North York Moors with my good friend John Clifton. I rarely go out with other photographers apart from Janet, so it […]

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Scoresby Sound – When the Dream Becomes A Reality

I’ve had an interest in Greenland since first seeing the Ragnar Axelsson documentary in 2011, add in the fact that we live close to William Scoresby’s home town of Whitby and you can see why […]

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Surviving Photographing in Extremely Cold Conditions

Greenland, a land of such incredible beauty, that words and pictures just can’t do it justice, but also a place with some pretty savage temperatures. Now us photographers are a strange bunch, whereas your average […]