I noticed the other day (8 July 2015) this beautiful image of fast ice breaking out of a Fjord on the east coast at 76N
The full image can get down to 250 m per pixel and it is amazing stuff. The image below (from Google Earth) shows the location.
And now in the 9 July MODIS image you can see very many large pools of water on the edge of the Greenland Ice sheet. Again, remember each pixel of this image is 250 m across - they look small but that are large pools.
To really see what is happening on Greenland now you should visit the Danish Polar Portal. This is the Surface Mass Balance.
From Polar Portal
surface mass balance is used for the isolated gain and melting of the surface of the ice sheet – excluding that which is lost when glaciers calve off ice bergs and melt in contact with warm sea water.
I strongly recommend Following @ on twitter for more up to the minute information.
Finally a great blog by Tom Yulsman on Discover gives some more context for what is happening now.