GROENLANDIA 🇬🇱 LA GRANDE ISOLA 😎 !! Antonella, Lucia e Maila sono già pronte! Una persona in più ed il viaggio è già confermato con accompagnatore dall'Italia... un gran bel plus!! Insieme a tutti gli altri... cosa aspetti?
Groenlandia occidentale e la Disko Bay, un viaggio su misura per pochi, alla scoperta dei grandi panorami polari!
Circolo polare artico, sole a mezzanotte, profondi fiordi, acqua pullulante di iceberg e ghiacciai perenni 😀 U A O !
Ispirati - Disegna - Pianifica - Goditi il tuo viaggio con @contemporaryartoftravel
Photos by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland
7 hours ago322
Jeg tror ellers at jeg ikke vil savner kold, men aah dejligt at kommer hjem 🥰 Mærk den friske kolde luft vi har❄️🌤 Dette er mit anden hjem der hvor mine forældre bor❄️ #kangerlussuaq
So here’s what you do, if you’re camping at the ice cap of Greenland and realise that you’re about to experience aurora for the first time and only have got your iPhone to capture it with. (Photo 1). Even though you haven’t had a signal since you left Kangerlussuaq 50km’s away you climb the nearest hill on the ice cap, where you’ll find a 4g signal in the middle of nowhere! So you google “how to catch northern light on an iphone” and find and buy the app Nightcap!. And picture 2-10 is what you get. ☺️🤩🙏🏼😎 67°08'35.6"N 50°01'37.6"W #greenland#aurora#campicecap#northernlights#grønland#kangerlussuaq#nordlys#indlandsisen#icecap#wicked
6 days ago1071
Asseq Nuannarisara 🗻❄😍 #Kangerlussuaq 😊😍 Angitaatinnguujugalu biilerlita Simon 😍😘
🎶 wherever you go you'll have family near 🎶🎶 I had a terrible layover in a village in the international airport in Greenland #kangerlussuaq flights got cancelled due to the slippery ground at the airport (lots of ice) but there was too many people so I didn't even get a hotel room 🙊 but fortunately there was a sister who got a room with two beds 🙏 so nice to meet the brothers from the other towns too, as we usually only see each other at conventions (assemblies are held in your own congregation)
And the friends who went to the airport to get me at 11 pm ❤💞 those are keepers 😍 there's -9°c outside so I should be getting use to it 😬😬🌬 lots of snow 😍 lots of love 💞 #finallyhome
Icebergs well north of the Arctic Circle along the coast of northwestern Greenland. Here's a throwback to my college days (a long time ago...) when I was studying Geophysics. I was part of the science team during the summer of 1980 in northwest Greenland surveying the retreat of the glacers along the coast from Kangerlussuaq (Søndre Strømfjord) to Qaanaaq (Thule), one of the northernmost towns on the planet. We traveled by helicopter each day from the USCG ice breaker Northwind to each glacier being studied to map the current location of the terminus that year. My father, an oceanographer and professor at the US Coast Guard Academy, studied the retreat of glaciers on-site for 15 years, starting in the early 1970's long before the term "climate change" was coined and politicised. We all knew the earth was warming back then and discussed it as the simple scientific fact (that no one mentions anymore...) that the earth is still emerging from the last ice age. As my 84 year old father still discusses, the sea level has been 100 meters higher than today and 100 meters lower. If you are living near the coastline, think about 300 more feet of water above your head! We've been there before and the earth has been a lot warmer. And, yes, no doubt, the climate is in continual change. Regardless of your policial or scientific beliefs, anything that gets people motivated to take better care of the planet is a good thing.