The world’s comfiest mountainside

Low lying vegetation explodes out of the slopes around Sydkap in eastern Greenland.

This is, without a doubt, the world’s most comfiest mountainside. It’s in Greenland and this shot was taken as I lay on the bed of red heather with the sun beating down on me, a gentle breeze ruffling my hair and a huge smile on my face.

I was alone.

I’d hiked up here from the shoreline with my camera with the aim of having a damn good sit down to enjoy the view. It was a stunning sight to behold. I found myself chatting away to myself, remarking on the immense icebergs dotting the horizon, saying goodbye to our ship as she moved offshore to anchor in the deeper waters. Even the presence of a crew member wielding a large rifle (in case of polar bears) did nothing to detract my mood or focus. I simply sat and stared. Bliss.

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