Morning sun about to burn off clouds in entrance to Glacier Bay in Alaska.
The sail into Glacier Bay, in Alaska, is a magnificent ride. The mouth of the fjord is very wide, surrounded by snow capped mountains, which narrows the further you get into the bay till you are overwhelmed by the various inlets and outlets containing granite peaks with hanging and tidewater glaciers all around you. It is very humbling to realize that the entire entrance, almost 65 miles, was covered by ice as few as 200 years ago. I made this image of the entrance to Glacier Bay mid morning before the clouds were fully burned off hoping to dramatize the scope and beauty of the scenery.