Greenland's southern tip
Flickr user chrbuchsteiner posted this series of photos from a flight past the southern tip of Greenland. The flight is westbound, looking north across the waters of the North Atlantic to Greenland's southern tip. The first image starts far offshore, looking at Greenland's southeastern coast.
The next image shows the entrace to Prins Christians Sund in the foreground.
In the next image, Kangeq Point is in the foreground center, and Pamialluk Point is the long thin point at far left.
Another view of the finger-like headlands of southeastern Greenland.
Slightly further west, the next two images show Cape Farewell, Greenland's southernmost tip, at front center. From this point, Greenland stretches north for over 2,600 kilometers.
Another view of Cape Farewell.
A view from further offshore, looking north. Cape Farewell is at left-center.
Moving further west, the final three images show the island of Ikeq at far right, and the island of Nunarsuaq at far right.
Photos taken: November 7, 2005
Photos by: chrbuchsteiner