Greenland

Washed Up

Back in Aasiaat which is located on an island in the outermost southern part of Disko Bay in a very beautiful archipelago area and it is often referred to as “the land of a thousand islands”. I only counted 984, but may have missed a couple.

I spotted this old fishing boat next to the rusty drums and liked the colours, I don’t know weather the boat is still used but did notice it’s still tied to a mooring, maybe thats just incase there is a very high tide.

 

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9 comments on “Washed Up

  1. Love your postings from Greenland – Please take a look at our facebook site. http://www.facebook.com/greenlandtoday

    Hope you accept / like the way we used your picture called “50 years later in Greenland….”

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  2. Dear Rigmover, I checked the posting in the Greenlandtoday FB page. It’s fantastic that they’ve used your photo but your original caption was waaaayyyy funnier 🙂

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  3. Wonderfully composed and processed Mark. Excellent shot.

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  4. Another great shot!

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