September 11, 2011

Day 7 - Sydkap Peninsula, Scoresbysund

We awoke to a second beautiful day in the Northern end of Scoresby Sound. To put this in context, I had understood that Greenland weather in September can be nothing but rain and fog. We were all pleasantly pleased this was not the case! The visibility was excellent and afforded a good look at the geography which blended the rounded and bumpy slopes of some of Norway’s Fjords with the more familiar steep inclines of the Spitzbergan-like hills.

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