A tradtional Inuit drum dance, performed by Ajako Miteq at sunset on the shore of Baffin Bay near Qaanaaq (aka Thule), Northwest Greenland. He is wearing traditional Inuit clothing, including pants made of polar bear fur and seal skin boots. The drum itself is also made from seal skin.
Along the rainy coast of Paradisdalen, icebergs float near the remains of an ancient Inuit village site dug into a hillside in Kejser Franz Josef Fjord, Northeast Greenland National Park. The small bones and pieces of reindeer antler are very old; they probably date from at least several hundred years ago.
The small and extremely isolated Inuit settlement Scoresbysund, perched on the rocky headlands of Scoresby Sund in Northeast Greenland.
Rocky graveyard in the small and extremely isolated Inuit settlement Ittoqqortoormiit (Scoresbysund), perched on the headlands of Scoresby Sund (Scoresby Sound) in Northeast Greenland.
The small and extremely isolated Inuit settlement Ittoqqortoormiit (Scoresbysund), perched on the rocky headlands of Scoresby Sund in Northeast Greenland.
Hvalsey Church is the best-preserved Norse ruin in the region known as the Eastern Settlement, and is believed to have been built in the 14th century. A wedding at this site in 1408 is the last documented event to have occurred during the original Norse settlement of Greenland.