Greenland 2017: Part VI: Tasermiut & Cape Farewell

After the group from our last land expedition flew out again, I hopped back on board the sailing yacht, which had in the meantime navigated towards the Southern Fringes of Greenland. September was a magnificent final to a long summer: golden autumn colours, fresh snow, multiple active aurora shows, and some of Greenland’s finest scenery in the coastal labyrith of fjords, mountains and sea straits near Cape Farewell. Enjoy!

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One thought on “Greenland 2017: Part VI: Tasermiut & Cape Farewell

  1. Northern Adventures says:

    Stunning scenery in this beautiful remote part of the world. Low light with autumn colours can never disappoint. Beautiful photographs are bringing my memories back… where is the nice footbridge located, btw? 🙂

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