The middle of the ice sheet
The ice sheet is covered in snow most of the year. There is a thick layer of ice beneath the snow. In some places the ice layer is up to 3 km thick. Only at the margin snow will melt away during summer uncovering the underlying ice.
The person is standing in the middle of the Greenland ice sheet.
When you are standing in the middle of an ice sheet, there is not much to see but snow…
What does it look like at the margin of the ice sheet?