What the photographer Daniel Schwartz (1955) has been concentrating on for many years could be called glaciology in images. His work is a multidisciplinary project of photographic art in documentary style. As a photographer Daniel Schwartz examines the visual power of glaciers. He substantiates his pictorial work by research in archives, and works in close dialogue with science. His images show the glacier as a dynamic system and as an archive of climate history, as a personal place of remembrance and reservoir of resources, which are neither unlimited nor indefinitely available.