Benjamin tells us about his latest adventure :
"I would like to share with you an image of one of the most impressive and powerful landscapes I have ever seen. This is a glacier at the south of Greenland. Its name is Eqalurissit. It is about 2.5 km wide and the ice walls are about 100 meters tall. The ice tongue enters towards the interior of the island in what it is called the 'indlansis', a word of scandinavian origin that means any glacier field of the type 'continental ice' with extensions of more than 50.000 squared km. In this case, the tongue merges with the ice platform that covers around 85% of the surface of Greenland"