If you visit my blog often, you might think this is the 2nd time you’ve seen this image but it’s actually a brand new image which I finished post processing last evening. It’s very similar to a previous photo I posted, which was a view of the same Glaciers, but from a much closer distance. (See my previous Sawyer Glacier photo.)
I took this photo during a 7-day cruise that my family and I took last May. As we cruised through the Tracy Arm Fjord, in the near distance we began to spot this magnificent glacier glowing a bright blue color. As we got closer and closer, the fjord got narrower and narrower until finally we were within 100 feet.
It was an incredible sight to see and even more incredible to hear. Yes, as chunks of ice would fall off the glacier, the sound it made when it impacted the water below sounded just like thunder. It was awesome!!!
I spent a little over an hour post processing this photo and thought you might like to see what it looks like as I edit my photos. The video below has been sped up to last only 3 minutes long, yet it shows from start to finish exactly what I did to achieve the final result.