excitements (and relaxations) of the Turner Island anchorages it was time to move on. As the ice had driven us further north than usual we needed more sailing days to get down to Tasiilaq on schedule.
The next hop was to a little inlet at behind Cape Ewart off Knighton Fjord which turned out to be incredibly barren (above).
It reminded me a bit of the images transmitted by the spacecraft sent to Mars, apart, of course, from the sky being blue rather than red. I wasn't surprised to find out that Greenland has indeed been used as a test bed for Mars technology.
We concluded it must be because it was relatively dry, for where there were rivers some greenery did appear:
So the following day we headed south again...