Well, here's yet another one from the archives. The "archives" consist of a dusty box in the loft with boxes of slides and old prints. This is one of a series of pictures I took during a university expedition to East Greenland just over 41 years ago, in the summer of 1970.
For a few days during this expedition, we stayed in this little hut at Syd Kap - if you look at Map:[view] you will see the exact location on GoogleEarth map. Syd Kap is a point at the junction of Scoresby Sund which you can see here, littered with icebergs, and Nordvest Fjord, the largest fjord in the World, which passes from the right of this picture into the depths of central Greenland.
This picture was taken only a few hundred yards away from this picture of an intrepid young explorer!
Picture shot with my old Edixa Prismat SLR on Kodachrome 64 transparency film (64 ASA or ISO 64) which was pretty new at the time and almost 2 stops faster than Kodachrome 25 which, in turn was almost 2 stops faster than the original Kodachrome, if anyone else remembers that - it was 10 ASA or ISO 10! And to think that our digital cameras will now let us shoot at ISO 6400 and higher. I am adding a picture of my old Edixa Prismat as a workshop photo.
Transparency scanned and then edited in PSE9. Most of the editing was to clone out piles of dust and crud on the picture which is still not perfect.