A hiker treks over cracking ice fissures of Mendenhall Glacier. Locals are drawn to explore newly exposed ice tunnels as the glacier retreats. The face of the glacier is an active calving zone. Ice near the face of the glacier is also weaker and can be treacherous due to the continuing movement.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- 4368x2912 / 2.9MB
alaska, and fissures, coast mountains (alaska), color image, crevasses, day, fissures, geological formations, getty, glacial crevasses and gorges, glaciers, gorges, hikers, hikers and hiking, hiking, ice, ice fields, image type, juneau, juneau icefield, men only, mendenhall glacier, model released photography, national forests (alaska), north america, one person, outdoors, photography, tongass national forest, united states
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- Tongass National Geographic Magazine MM7258