Seeing the water pouring off the glaciers is undoubtedly a seasonal phenomenon.
Still, it makes you wonder. Do they refreeze? As they recede, how fast are they raising the levels of the world's oceans?
In recent years, the tundra beneath the Greenland ice cap is being ever more exposed. Yet while arctic grazing animals fatten, polar bears lose ice habitat.
Now crops like tomatoes and strawberries grow above the Arctic Circle. Interesting. But considered from a larger context, isn't this rather bad news?