Greenland, North Greenland Mountains, 2007 - The landscapes in North Greenland, as you can see, are marvelllous. For one thing, the air is clearer than any you might ever see elsewhere. One of the consequences of this is that things that look close may be quite far away. In fact, on our North Greenland Euro-American Expedition, most of the expedition was always in sight of a certain mountain range. No matter where we walked, it seemed - at least most of the time - it was visible. This photograph is taken quite near the most northerly land in the world. Here I am only a few kilometers from the sea ice near Kaffeklubben and Stray Dog West.