By Mikael Hertig
In Nuuk we feel it almost hot when temperature is between 16 and 20 C. It is nice because it is not at all cold.
All these photos were taken July 28 AM.
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Nuuk was originally built at about this area. Taken against the sun in the west.
The mountain Sermitsiaq can be seen from almost any place in Nuuk except Qinngorput
Little Marlene east of Nuuk has a valley “Eqalugalinnguit” (The place to fish trouts) beneath it. Grasses amd barley overall.
Looking Northeast from Nuusuaq west
Nuussuaq west In Greenland you cannot own earth. So we do not have gardens. Just wild flowers. Summer is short, so we enjoy them more intensively.
Sermitsiaq is the landmark of Nuuk. Here taken as close as possible.
Small icebergs are drifting out of the Fjord. Most in the summer. They are broken from the ice 100 kilometers away.
This is breathtaking.
nIt is a little surprising that this flower called “French Willow” is the most beloved summer flower in Nuuk
The water is clear beneath Little Marlene
They are so resilient
Beneath Great Marlene in Winngorput you can observe clear water and cotton grass
From the new Queen Margareth II road you can look at Nuussuaq and Nuussuaq Harbor
Ranunculus before the Old Colonial Harbor where Hans Egede arrived and built Nuuk