Photographer's Note

Greenland's east coast is called "the back side" by those on the west side, where most people and all institutions are located. The east side is wild, huge and very very scarcely inhabited. Gneiss and granite peaks dip their feet in ice saturated fjords and channels and here on the inlet is Tiniteqilaq, last comunity on the way up Sermilik Fjord. It is a beautifully calm morning and we are on our way to pick a group of hikers who are returning from a week long trip up and down the east shore of Sermilik.
The name of the village is as symetrical at the picture itself. :)

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