Landscape of southeastern Greenland

The fairy-tale landscape of southeastern Greenland.  The coastal area between Helheim and Kangerdlugssuaq Glaciers features unreal-looking knife-edge ridges, hundreds of nunataks, and cornices of a huge scale fed by the massive annual snowfall this area receives, all incised by a complex network of glacier channels.  The remote area is unpopulated, and little explored.

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NASA/John Sonntag
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