I figure that most people on the forum haven't been to Greenland, so I could post some pics from a place that's a bit off the beaten track. I had travelled there by boat as part of a vacation trip to the Arctic in 2005. Here are some snapshots taken in early September in a tiny fishing village called Itivdleq (population 300). The houses are pretty well-kept and each is painted a different color. We were told that there are no roads leading to the village: it is a fishing community and the Inuit who live there travel by sea, skidoo, dogsled, or air as necessary. Their provisions come by ship. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. All these shots were taken with a point-n-shoot camera and haven't been photoshopped (cuz I don't know how). Thanks for your interest!