Smith Glacier Crevasse 1

Smith Glacier Crevasse 1

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I created this image during my first incredible but brief voyage on Prince William Sound in Alaska last month. I motored my boat from Whittier to the head of College Fjord for a few days and was blown away but the photographic potential. I anchored in Tuition Cove near the Yale Glacier and used my inflatable to explore the area. One morning, I navigated my way through the iceberg choked fjord to the the Smith Glacier with the ambition of photographing the Harvard Glacier at sunrise. I got skunked on that one, but I was thoroughly enamored with the area so I turned my attention to the intimate landscape details of these crevasses.

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3 thoughts on “Smith Glacier Crevasse 1

  1. Very nice picture indeed.. wonderful colours, textures..

  2. Awesome composition. Very striking and one of my faves for sure.

  3. Tim & Kah Kit, thank you both for your generous comments. I love intimate landscape images like this one, but I am not naturally drawn to them. They also never license for me, so I’m a bit slow on shooting them. However, when I see natural beauty like this, I can not help but take advantage of it.

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