It’s strange what you remember after all these years, especially when it comes to matters of detail. This photo was taken from the summit of Croomble, a peak to the north of the col between Taserssuaq and Kangerdluk inlet. The view is south-east, towards the Ilua fjord region.
Thankfully, we’d made an early start, for the snow gulley that we ascended later turned into a stone chute being fed by the friable rock that clung to the steep slope below the summit. The summit was even more unstable, almost ‘Croombleing’ under our gaze. I remember our descent was very cautious via a series of loose rock ledges. But most of all, I remember that Mike was wearing his pyjama top.