Saturday - March 21st, 2014 | Location: Seattle
Given the timing of us being in Juneau, someone made mention of visiting the Mendenhall Glacier, and that the large lake was frozen and we’d have about an hour journey with crossing the lake, as well as the hike up the glacier to the Ice Cave entrance.
There were lots of pitfalls and it was all about staying on the path, but given the weather warming up, we didn’t expect the lake to remain frozen all the way through (the First mini glacier shot) with the heavy foot traffic, but it did and was an amazing trip in. The usual trek would be about 3 hours had the lake not been frozen!
If you ever get the chance to go to Juneau (preferably the winter season, to insure the glacier and lake freeze to be firm) I HIGHLY recommend visiting the ice cave, walking the lake (or ski) and taking in the site.
The 3rd to last shot of the huge hole, was the hole I shot a photo of my homie Ozay Moore in. Felt like we were on Hoth or Krypton!!!
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Stay tuned for Day 2 Part II later on… playing catch up with work happening isn’t all that fun!
Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Canon 24-70mm 2.8L Series