Wow ~ what a great series Marilyn good strong colours and most interesting subject matter ~ a lovely composition too ~ Best of ~ friendly greetings ~ nick
I agree with Nick simply stunning images...This is a remarkable scene..the chunks of broken ice being carried away to the edge of the lake..I could never have imagined this...thank you for sharing Marilyn
Best of too ;.)
Hello Marilyn, I've been twice face-to-face with glacier like this. And enjoying photos of them, although photo cannot fully capture how monumental it is.
Best wishes from Prague, Tom
I have I think just one picture of this glacier. I should have taken more. Good job with this one.
Wow, the ant like people on the hill give a sense of the vastness of this all. What a great series! Like!
excelentes fotos. saludos mendoza argentina
Impressive place, wonderful photo. Greetings, Janina
Nick, Jim, Tom, JB, joyfotos, juan, and Janina, I'm sorry to be so late with my thanks. It was a complicated summer, and now we're into September! But this plane ride was spectacular and my memories are still fresh. I'm happy if the photo was able to give you some feeling for the power of the view.
Marilyn, my daughter and grand-daughter agree that you and I just confirmed again that the glaciers are getting smaller based on your shot and mine taken from the same spot 10 years ago August.
was there too in 2003.....HAL cruise??
very impressive scenery there....gr from holland.
Hello dear Marylin, Marylin Whiteley
I thank you for accepting the invitation to the group Witness to the DEATH of a GLACIER for the Heritage, and I'm glad to welcome you within the memory of Glaciers photographers
If you have other pictures to upload to the Glaciers pictures, please kindly add them to the heritage memory
I wish you a Lovely nice day
Kind regards from Italian Alps to Alaska
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Photo taken in The Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, AK 99901, USA
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