Small glacier with moraines in southeast Greenland

Small glacier emptying into the fjord of the much large Bernstorff Glacier.  This small glacier has receded, as can be seen by the presence of the lateral moraines on both sides, paricularly the one to the right of the image.  These are essentially gravel piles, bulldozed out to the sides by the glacier's flow.  When the glacier recedes, the moraines stay in place.

NASA/John Sonntag