Bowdoin Glacier before calving
"Beyond that, an isolated mountain of striking boldness and sharpness of outline jutted into the air apparently some two thousand feet, and then, from its base, the crystal wall of a great glacier stretched clear across the opposite side of the bay head. This glacier I named, in honour of my Alma Mater, Bowdoin Glacier, and the bay I called Bowdoin Bay." Robert E. Peary, *Northward over the Great Ice*, p. 393--394.
Julien Seguinot (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)