The edge of the Fox Glacier
Seracs and crevasses form at the edge of the Fox Glacier, New Zealand as it flows over a steep section of its bed. The surface is scattered with crushed and broked schist from the surrounding rockfaces. Unusually, the Fox Glacier extends into a temperate forest environment; this picture was taken around 1km from the snout, and a small yellow petal, windblown from nearby vegetation, is visible on the ice surface at the far left.
Pontus Lurcock (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)