A selection of photos from a stormy Greenland’s National Day (2007) in Uummannaq. You can see the clouds curling over the glaciers!
Jane was working at the hospital that day. One of the porters took her home on a break as the clothesline had “helicoptered” out of its holder (a length of pipe ingeniously – if I say so myself- screwed into the deck). Yes, the clothes missed the fish, but neighbours – and the porter who was driving past at the time – said it flew higher than the roof. 😉
And a shot of Jane’s workplace (yellow hospital) when the sun broke through the clouds. Yep, I just might have posted this one before. 🙂
The storm shoved a tonne of ice – tonnes of tonnes, actually – into the harbour requiring a bit of boat juggling to stop them getting crushed. Add a few iceberg calvings into the mix, and you’ve got some seriously intense seas!