The effects of a warming climate over the past 67 years can be seen in comparing these two photos. The loss of ice from the Russell Glacier at the edge of the Greenland ice cap is noticeable when comparing the photo above that I took in September 2021 with the one below taken in 1954 by Danish glaciologist Børge Fristrup from a similar vantage point. You can see how the overall height at the horizon has dropped and the loss of ice at the front, too. Fristrup's photos are in the Danish Arctic Institute archive. To get a sense of the scale of the glacier at the time, see the bottom photo with a person in the foreground for scale, taken by Fristrup in 1955.

Russell Glacier, 2021
Salix glauca, dwarf species of willow