Blue Ice

Dennis Flanagan September 28, 2008

Quite a majestic sight. Were blocks falling while you were there? #1006862

Ken Smith level-classic September 28, 2008

You got close..I guess each time the blocks of ice fall off, the glacier retreats. I really need to do an Alaskan cruise. You'll have to tell me more about it. Excellent work! #6525796

Tamera S. Phillips September 28, 2008

The ships Captain sat for an hour but we only saw small calving. It was so quiet you could hear the ice crack and they call it White Thunder. You have to experience it to fully appreciate it. #6525806

Dianna Murphy September 29, 2008

Awesome! #6530752

Tamera S. Phillips October 06, 2008

Thank you Dianna. #6562147

Sandy Stigliano October 06, 2008

Gorgeous!! #6562167

Tamera S. Phillips October 06, 2008

Thank you Sandy. #6562176

Darryl Wilkinson December 03, 2008

AWESOME!! #6847651

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Glacier Bay, Alaska. Glacier Bay National Park includes 16 tidewater glaciers:12 actively calve icebergs into the bay. The show can be spectacular. As water undermines the ice fronts, great blocks of ice up to 200 feet high break loose and crash into the water

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