This is our 31st entry in The Lazy Pit Bull’s
52 Snapshots of Life
Each week there is a word prompt for our photos. This week the word:
This is Alaska's Sawyer Glacier in the
The twin Sawyer Glaciers are located at the end of fjord. This is about 45 miles south of Juneau, Alaska. It is without a doubt the most beautiful place on earth that I have ever seen. The Tracy Arm Fjord travels through the Tongass National Forest for almost 35 miles. The shoreline has incredible waterfalls flowing down 3,000-foot high granite walls. The water was littered with huge pieces of floating ice that appeared the same blue color of Windex® spray. We were also treated to harbor seals playing below us and eagles soaring above. This is the scene that comes to my mind when I think of nature at its finest.
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