East Greenland glaciers
Flickr user GeoViews recently posted this set of photos from East Greenland, taken in 2005. The first image shows the small Tuttilik Glacier, flowing into Tuttilik Fjord. Cape Wandel lies at the left edge of the fjord, and Cape Steenstrup is in the upper right.
About 70 km to the east, the next image shows the complex network of glaciers north of the Sermilik Fjord. The image looks southwest along the Pourquoi Pas Glacier, which flows up along the left side of the image, eventually merging with the larger Femstjernen Glacier, which flows from right to left across the center of the image, and continuing on to flow into the Sermilik Fjord.
Nearby, the next image shows the upper reaches of the Glacier de France, flowing from right to left across the top of the image.
The final photo shows several mountain ranges framing the Juragletscheren, a large glacier which feeds into the upper reaches of the Femstjernen Glacier.
Photos taken: November 10, 2005
Photos by: GeoViews