Good work Tim! Nice to see how mountains look on this remote piece of Earth. At least it feels remote to me.
Thanks again for the vote and your comments... it is indeed remote located 3500km north of Toronto on an island that is ice locked for over half of the year.
Were these Norse names given to the mountains by the Vikings who supposedly came to America before Columbus? I will be very surprised if that turns out to be the case.
Thanks for the vote... I am not 100% on this but I am quite the sure the names were given in the last century... could have been some sort of Viking reincarnation thing though...
Great page and great pictures!
Thanks a lot for the vote and your comments. Cheers -Tim-
Another excellent page. Thanks.
Thnaks a lot for the vote and your comments.
WOW again!! I confess I had to look at a map to see excactly where Baffin Island is. I flew over the Southern tip of Greenland once, still regarded as one of the most astounding views I have ever had from a commercial flight. Wonder if those mounatins are related to Baffin geologically?
Anyway, your pages and photos are a great addition to SP!
Thanks a lot for the vote and your words Nelson... most Canadians have to look on a map to see where Baffin Island is... so don't feel bad. We have this huge expanse of land to the north, 4-5 000 000 square kilometers, several of the world's largest islands and because of its remoteness most of us know very little about it.
I am unsure whether it is geologically related to Greenland, but I wouldn't be surprised.
Very impressive peak/big wall. Good job making sure it's well represented here on SP- thanks!
Maybe check the spacing & what-not of the text, paragraphs, etc.- Not sure if you meant for there to be paragraphs, or if transferring it from your word processor, there was a problem, but the text seems discontinuous (lines end before the end of the page/column, & no indentation or spacing between paragraphs)- not a biggie.
Thanks for the vote will try and work out the kinks with the paragraphing... I realise it looks too much like one blob of info.
Good work on a Canadian Yosemite.
Hammer time was never more applicable!
Thank you muchly for the vote and the comments... I have to say that it was your interest in the Torngats that kind of pushed me over my indecisiveness and made me want to put up the 2 pages for the Torngats. Thanks...
MY! QUITE THE MOUNTAIN! Great job!
Whow, this thing looks evil! Good page again. You know how all these mountains got their strange names coming from Scandinavian mythology?
Thanks for the vote.
Good page with very impressive pictures.
Thanks a lot for the vote. Cheers -Tim-
More good stuff.