South Greenland coastlines
This pair of images from Flickr user Line Lyng shows two views of the southern part of Greenland. The first image comes from the west side, showing a nice view of the southwestern lobe of the inland icecap. In the foreground is the Bredefjord; immediately in front of the engine is Maniitsoq Island.
The next image is from the east side of Greenland, about 220 km northeast of the previous image, and shows a close-up view of the almost-frozen Napasorsuaq Fjord. The fjord is covered with a relatively flat coat of ice, broken up by some protruding icebergs in the foreground. The small patch of open water in the lower right is choked by hundreds of patches of floating ice.
Photos taken: February 15, 2007
Photos by: Line Lyng