Aurora borealis, or northern lights, are commonplace in Greenland, but when you think of Denmark’s autonomous arctic territory, you most likely never imagine a beautiful sunset there. With iceberg debris floating along the surface of the Greenland Sea at the cross-section of Canada’s Labrador Sea and the Norweigan Sea, rays of sunlight can reflect an amazing portrayal of fire on ice in the twilight of the night.
The over 200 residents living in Kulusuk, Sermersooq get to bear witness beautiful sunsets within the Arctic Circle that are surprisingly comparable to sunsets seen from the tropical islands of Hawaii. The distilled natural elements of Greenland’s arctic scenery fuse these breathtaking scenes together for spectacular panoramic captures.
From Kulusuk towards Angmagssalik Island across the Torsuut Tunoq sound, dramatic sunset views are nothing short of magnificent. The rocky landscape formations with icy conditions and crystal waters reflect Mother Nature’s true natural beauty.
Despite its subzero temperatures, perhaps Greenland is now on your bucket list of destinations to travel to because of these three amazing sunset panorama photos.