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Hi All.

This photo was taken in Tracy Arm, a 25 mile long steep-walled fjord with a 90 deg bend in the middle forming the elbow. At the head of the fjord are the twin Sawyer glaciers. Due to the marked activity of the glaciers the fjord was choked with ice and we were not able to get far enough into the fjord to see the glaciers.

The berg in the photo was about the size of a car (the bit above the water) so it was slow going with plenty of time to take in the scenery and of course take photos.

Enjoy,
Paul.

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Additional Photos by Paul Bakker (bakes888) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3716 W: 54 N: 4882] (18499)
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