Mind you, Joshua Holko who I travelled with explained that August was better than the middle of June when the sun was directly overhead - all day! In August you get sunsets that last for several hours, followed by sunrises that last for several more!
The image above is a work in progress. Looking at the file converted into sRGB for web and email, the reds are too strong. They don't look quite so raw with a DCam 3 profile on my Eizo monitor or my Wacom Cintiq - oh, for colour managed internet! It will happen!
This is a mountain peak in Nordbugt, one of the fjords on the south-east coast of Greenland. If you think this is amazing, wait until you see Josh's photo of the same peak taken an hour or so later with a row of neat clouds around its base! We mightn't have seen a lot of wildlife on our trip, but we saw some amazing spectacles and incredible landscapes.
Mark August 2015 in your diary if you want to come along on a return trip!
This photo was taken from a zodiac with an ultra wide-angle lens. The low camera angle helps with the reflection, while a spot or two of sunlight added some drama and mystery. More to come!