There’s not much to say here. The pictures do not do the experience and the views in person any justice.
This was amazing and spectacular to see in person.
I have many photos of this experience so picking three was difficult.
In this photo, a big hunk of ice, maybe the size of a bedroom, fell off the side. We got there, got the camera ready, thinking we’d get a still, but instead ice broke off at the moment I hit the button. It falls fast and furious and the sounds were incredible. You can see the rings from the splash as the ice landed in the water. I felt like I was in a National Geographic documentary.
This picture is after a 50 minute hike to get to the part of the glacier we would actually be hiking on. Read: a steady part. This is where land meets ice. Of course this land WAS ice a long time ago.