Eskimo (Inuit) family, mother and sons in national dress. Ammassalik/Tasiilaq, East Greenland. Her yoke is made from imported beads She wears foxskin shorts and sealskin boots Husky dog in foreground
Eskimo (Inuit) family, mother and sons in national dress.Ammassalik/Tasiilaq, East Greenland. Her yoke is made from imported beads She wears foxskin shorts All wear sealskin boots
Eskimo (Inuit) girl plus mother and baby in national dress. Kungmuit, East Greenland. The baby is in a papoose so that it can be breast fed within the jacket. Both wear fox skin shorts and seal skin boots
Eskimo (Inuit) girls plus mother and baby in national dress. Kungmuit, East Greenland. The baby is in a papoose so that it can be breast fed within the jacket. The coloured yokes are made from imported beads Girls wear foxskin shorts and sealskin boots
Dog sledging near Tiniteqil in East Greenland. The dogs are smaller than those on the west coast, sledges are lightweight and flexible for use in the mountains. The dogs are on individual traces known as a fan formation.
Dog sledging silhouette near Kngmuit in East Greenland. Glistening hard ice
Moonscape at Tiniteqil in East Greenland, full moon over snow covered mountains
Dog sledge crossing interface between land and sea where the ice has broken up as the tide goes out near Quernerdorsalic. Some dogs are hobbled in case the sledge breaks through the ice and the driver is thrown off.
Inuit deep sea fishing for Halibut through holes in sea ice, Quernalursavik in East Greenland. Sledges are lightweight and flexible for use in the mountains.
Subsidized helicopter service at Kulusuk in East Greenland. Used as a bus in winter. Kulusuk is Greenlandic for Kap Dan.
Dog Sledges travelling uphill, lightweight flexible sledges are used for travel in mountains. Ikateq, East Greenland
Dog Sledges travelling on sea ice, lightweight flexible sledges are used in East Greenland as travel is often in mountains. East Greenland
Expedition arrives at Kulusuk Airport and is met by Greenlandair helicopter to transfer to the mainland at Tasiilaq. East Greenland. Tasiilaq has also been called Angmagssalik or Ammassalik
Dog Sledges resting by large iceberg on sea ice, lightweight flexible sledges are used in East Greenland as travel is often in mountains.
Eskimo (Inuit) woman with her hair tied in the traditional 'topknot' Kulusuk, East Greenland.
Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) with rainbow in Summer River Hvita Iceland
Strokkur geysir beginning to erupt. Haukadalur Valley Iceland
Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) in Summer Plus rainbow River Hvita Iceland
Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) in Summer River Hvita Iceland
Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) in Summer River Hvita Iceland
Strokkur geysir beginning to erupt. Haukadalur Valley Iceland
Landmannalaugar Lava formations form stark landscapes Iceland
Strokkur geysir erupting. Haukadalur Valley Iceland
Thingvellir - The old parsonage and church Iceland. Thingvellir, the Plain of the National Assembly or Althing, derives its name from the open-air legislative assembly, the forerunner of the Icelandic Parliament, established here in 930AD