— Twelve years ago (June 2004) we traveled to Alaska. It was one of those bucket-list trips, I confess. However, the bug was planted and has remained in my mind. We will go back soon to explore more of that beautiful state.
When our cruise ended in Seward, we began the real land exploration of Alaska all the way to Denali NP. Up to that point, we had only explored the towns the cruise stopped along the way. Exit Glacier was the first time we were really close to a glacier. It is easily accessible by vehicle, and there are also trails one can hike in that area. We can see how glaciers change the landscape up and close. Not only can you experience the beautiful ice blue colors of this glacier, but you can also hear it cracking.
Camera: Canon PowerShot G5
Taken: 13 June, 2004
Focal length: 23mm
Location: 60° 10.6385′ 0″ N 149° 38.5148′ 0″ W
Shutter speed: 1/800s