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The flame line shows the Lewis Glacier's location in 1987.
The pond is called the
Curling Pond
. In 1987 it's surface was 15m higher than presently, penned in by a high backwall of ice - the glacier's snout. The glacier has since receded about 120m.

I won a Sony World Press Award for these pictures that helped win a lot of publicity for Project Pressure, the small NGO who commissioned the original project.
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