The Akia peninsula in West Greenland has a unique landscape of low, rolling hills, heavily gouged by long, straight glacial scars, and a complex, fractal coastline. These features are evident in this image from Flickr user Raed Abughazaleh, looking south along the northern part of the peninsula. For other images of the same region, see these posts.
Photos taken: January 6, 2007
Photos by: Raed Abughazaleh