Sunday, April 15, 2007

Snaps

Jetlagged and awake - after all, it's just after 6 pm on the West Coast. But also too tired to blog much, so a couple of holiday snaps.


Greenland from 4 miles up - glaciers and peaks on a beautiful sunny morning. The plane flew across the centre of Greenland (the interior icecap is completely flat - very dull), over pack ice to Baffin Island and even passed over Queen Elizabeth Land before coming southwest over the Northern Territory to the Rockies.


Guns and Lace - purveyors of firearms and undergarments to the good men and women of Placer County, California.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Greenland from 4 miles up - glaciers and peaks on a beautiful sunny morning."

Clearly there is still too much ice on Greenland, take a couple more trans atlantic flights. should sort it out.

"very dull"

And make it Green and verdant again. Horray for global warming!!

British National Party member said...

Aha, fantastic! Here are a few other topical icy photo's i came across the other day that i think you will like;

http://fortressaustralia.blogspot.com/2007/04/mcmurdo-chill-south-pole.html

And here is the British flag after the arctic winter has done its worst;

http://www.ilikecider.com/antarctica/images/sun_union_jack.jpg