Though the lighting wasn't the best, this is a good overview shot of the Taylor Glacier. The corrugated surface of the terminus sticks out in the foreground. Melt water from the glacier carves channels in the ice. Over the years the channels expand and incise themselves. Melt from the glacier recharges Lake Bonney, which loses more than 10 cm of ice in some years due to evaporation of the ice. The next slide shows the same scene with annotations.