ICE REFLECTIONS, GLACIER BAY, ALASKA

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In 1988, my wife’s business called for her to spend several days attending travel meetings on a Holland America voyage from Juneau, Alaska up to Glacier Bay and Sitka and back to Vancouver. Of course I had to tag along for the ride!

Never having been on a cruise, I wasn't sure what to expect, but the combination of being at sea and various shore excursions was great. In Sitka, I think I spotted a bald eagle on most every tree. The lush forests lining the edges of the Inside Passage were stunning, and I understood why Ansel Adams once named Alaska as one of two places he would love to return to...Scotland was the other.

The real highlight, though, was a cruise into Glacier Bay. The mountains were magnificent and the water almost unbelievably still. When a glacier calved right in front of us, well, that was the icing on the cake. We were in the Bay long enough for me to get my camera out, and I set up on deck for this image. One of my favorites.

General Edition and Sizing Information:

Limited Edition Prints signed and numbered in an edition of 100. Each print is made personally by me, printed either on Ilford Multigrade Classic fiber paper and selenium toned or on Canson Platine paper using a Canon Pro-1000 printer and my personal printing profiles. Mounted and over-matted on 4-ply or 8-ply museum board using the most current industry standards for archival permanence.

Open Edition Archival Pigment print made personally by me on Canson Rag Photographique paper using a Canon Pro-1000 printer and my personal printing profiles. Actual image size approximately 8x10 inches, over-matted to 14x17. Digitally signed. 

Sizing:

8x10 Open Edition - Image size approximately 8x10, over-matted to 14x17 on 4-ply museum board

11 x 14 – Image size approximately 9 x 11.5 inches, over-matted to 16x20 on 4-ply museum board.

16x20 – Image size approximately 14x18, over-matted to 22 x28 on 4-ply museum board

20x24 - Image size approximately 18-22, over-matted to 26x32 on 4-ply museum board