This is the lateral moraine that we were walking along to get back to camp. There is a very nice contrast between the slate rocks of the C26 nunatak and the rounded granite boulders of the moraine. None of the rocks on the slope above are granite, indicating that the moraine rocks could not have fallen from above. You can even see some fresh abrasion marks on the corners of some granite boulders. Also note the small size of the lichens on the granite. These lines of evidence indicate that this moraine was probably put here during the 1920's advance of the glacier.