Kalaallit Nunaat

A creative approach to the prompt from Anneberly. Enjoy!

Anneberly Andrews

fullsizerTHIS SUMMER, engage in an exhibition led by the most well-known, experienced backcountry explorer in the world. Garrison Blake has led countless exhibitions through the most uninhabitable living conditions, but nothing could have prepared him and his group for what was to come. Gunnbjorn Fjeld Peak, located in the Watkins Mountain Range in Greenland, has the most inhospitable temperatures and weather conditions in the world. As their journey gets underway, Garrison’s primary goal is to keep his adventurers safe. The blizzard conditions continue to nip at their flesh with every step, and within miles of the base of the mountain, the air slowly clears. Off in the distance, the group spotted a giant man and what looks to be its confidant, frozen on top of a nearby mountain. He appeared to be the same height as Gunnbjorn Fjeld. The group continued on, pulling out their cameras the closer they got…

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12 thoughts on “Kalaallit Nunaat

  1. Dawn D says:

    I like the contrast between the first word and the rest of the chilling text!

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  2. Jina Bazzar says:

    Hmmm, I’m curious to know if they got the shot or if something bizarre happened. Heading off to read…

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    • Hi Jina. Thanks so much for the visit! Are you editing like a mad woman? It’s wonderful to see you here. ❤

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      • Jina Bazzar says:

        I finished my mad polishing about two hours ago and sent themanuscript to the publishr. i was supposed to have it ready a few days ago, realized some parts would sound better with some *coughs* physics included so i added it…. in very simple terms, of course… and i’m not making sense, huh?
        I’m just decompressing here before i finish that last draft of the trilogy.
        how’s your new book coming?

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