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Your Cold, Cold Heart: The Sawyer Glacier, in southeast Alaska, is one of the Stikine Icefield’s great lateral ice outflows. It ends here in the saltwater of Tracy Arm, curving away to the right from its terminus. The glacier that branches up and left towards, yes, Coldheart peak, is not named on maps but could easily be called "Sawyer Glacier, North Arm". (No other peaks in this image appear to be named). It's interesting to note that the terminus of the Sawyer Glacier is heavily broken up, likely due in part to the fact that it’s afloat in Tracy Arm and is thus stressed and flexed because of the large tidal variations in this locale. The photograph was made in late April, 2009, during the course of a flight originating from Dease Lake, British Columbia. #wilderness #alaska #glaciers #aerialphotography #climbing #skiing #coastmountains #mountains #stikineicefield #southeast #flying #tracyarm
The pups and I went for a walk at Ditto Landing. The wooded trails away from the river were, although really short, some of my favorite in Huntsville.