This was the edge of Greenland’s Petermann Glacier ten years ago.
In mid-July an iceberg broke off.
The BBC said it was dramatic and disturbing.
“An iceberg twice the size of Manhattan has broken away from the Petermann Glacier in northern Greenland.”
“It’s dramatic. It’s disturbing,” University of Delaware’s Andreas Muenchow told the Associated Press.
“We have data for 150 years and we see changes that we have not seen before,” Mr Muenchow added.”
The glacier is bigger now than it was before the iceberg broke off.