Glaciers of the Pyrenees

Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est, Perdiguero Massif

Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est, Perdiguero Massif
Overview of Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est on 16. September 2012. Only small patches of snow from the last winter remain.
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est, Perdiguero Massif
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est on 16. September 2012, detail. Note prominent firn stratification and small ice cave on the ower left.
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est, Perdiguero Massif
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est on 16. September 2012, crop from previous image. Note discontinuities and folding in the firn stratification.
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est, Perdiguero Massif
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est on 13/08/1986. Red dots mark terrain features also visible in the next two images. During the Litte Ice Age the glacier entered Lago de Portillˇn on the lower right.
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est, Perdiguero Massif
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est on 18/08/2003. The photographer's position has changed, but the red dots facilitate comparing the images.
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est, Perdiguero Massif
Glaciar de Seil de la Baquo Est on 11/08/2010. Although some snow from the last winter remains, it can clearly be seen that the glacier has receeded even more.
Photos by Jordi Camins