Photographer's Note

Presenting Mother Nature's carving of a flying fish, on display for 2 weeks only in the Tracy Arm Fjord.

Icebergs out here are plentiful, having calved off the North and South Sawyer Glacier. The deep blue colour of the ice is due to its density, having been formed not by cold but by over a century of massive pressure.

Once this ice hits the salt water of the fjord it begins to melt rapidly, so most of these icebergs have a lifespan of two weeks or less.

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Additional Photos by Kai Rannik (IaKoop) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 125 W: 26 N: 138] (819)
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