Midnight tour on Ilulissat icefjord (pls enlarge)

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Comments (11)

matsljungberg on October 22, 2010

UNESCO World Heritage since 2004. At the shallow mouth of the fjord the huge icebergs from the Sermeq Kujalleq glacier get stuck. The glacier is the most productive on the Northern Hemisphere, and flows at a rate of 20-35 m per day.

peargrin on October 26, 2010

So beautiful with that midnight light! Wonderful to see this! Cheers, pear

MarioTs - NO Views on October 26, 2010

Impressive "night" photos Mats !!!

yellow star

greetings from Italy


matsljungberg on October 27, 2010

Thank you peargrin for your very kind comments. Greetings, Mats.

matsljungberg on October 27, 2010

Thank you Mario for your very kind comments on the night photos series and for your star. Greetings from Sweden, Mats.

kamalyn on November 4, 2010

Mats - it's interesting to compare the dune photos with the iceberg photos. There are many similarities!

matsljungberg on November 4, 2010

Hello kamalyn and thank you for your comments. You can see that I like "mountains" of any kind. Cheers, Mats.

odeveld on November 8, 2010

Hello matsljungberg,

A great shot of a impressive place!! I LIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Regards, Odeveld

matsljungberg on November 9, 2010

Thank you again odeveld for your kind comments on the iceberg photos, and for your like. Greetings, Mats.

Nadia Kushnir on September 29, 2013


matsljungberg on October 5, 2013

Thank you Nadia for your very kind comments. Greetings, Mats.

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Photo taken in Minnerup Aqq., Ilulissat 3952, Greenland

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