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Griessee, glacier forefield an tongue of Griesgletscher; Bättelmatthorn (3043.7m) in the background.
Receding tongue of Griesgletscher; shists with quartz veins in the right foreground.
Runoff from Griesgletscher carries considerable amounts of sediment into artificially dammed Griessee.
Debris patches containing mostly slabs of shist forming glacier table like structures.
Weathered block of shist and prominent longitudinal foliation near the glacier's right margin.
Below the small icefall in the middle section of the glacier; a snow bridge covers a small crevasse in the foreground.
|Panoramic images July 2004 Jürg Alean, Juli 2004, (Noblex rotating camera on roll film, horizontal view approximately 146 degrees).|