Glacier in the Fog

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Daily Photo – Glacier in the Fog

Yesterday’s photo was of Glacier National Park, and today we have another glacier – but this one is from Argentina.

The glaciers in Glacier National Park are really quite boring. I’m sure that’s not a nice thing to say, but it’s true. The only ones I saw were quite far away and not very epic-looking. Maybe I was in the wrong place, so feel free to correct me if I’m wrong! :)

Glacier in the FogYesterday's photo was of Glacier National Park, and today we have another glacier - but this one is from Argentina.The glaciers in Glacier National Park are really quite boring.  I'm sure that's not a nice thing to say, but it's true.  The only ones I saw were quite far away and not very epic-looking.  Maybe I was in the wrong place, so feel free to correct me if I'm wrong! :)- Trey RatcliffRead more (and see a video of a cool workflow presentation) here at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • Jeff Peterson

    Wow, stunning photo.

    It was great seeing you back on TWiT Photo this week.

  • http://gplus.to/johnfrierson John F

    In Glacier National Park, perhaps it is that most of the glaciers have just melted so much.
    This summer at one of the lodges there were some photo comparisons on display of the glaciers taken from the same place recently and a the early part of the last century. The glaciers where much more epic back then.

  • Susan

    I love the blues in these glaciers – reminds me of Alaska – btw yesterday’s photo was not in Montana!

  • http://1138Studios.com Thelonious Gonzo

    I love how tack sharp the ice is.
    I am going to guess that the back drop is not a gradient.
    If I know Trey as well as I think I do I would doubt that he would drop a gradient into a great image like this. But is that really fog? The title makes me think it is. Amazing. The Gaussian Blur of the fog against the crisp Glacier makes for a powerful image.

  • http://oni-studio-photography.com Victoria – Whidbey Island Boudoir Photographer

    Great glacier photo, although I can imagine it would be cold and boring, not to mention the fact I bet its hard to get anything to eat there!

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks!

  • http://www.habanhero.com nick

    Very nice. Like the blue in the glacier. Guess it is the same baby blue Lake Louise is.

  • http://edenbrackstone.com/2011/12/reflective-waters-of-saint-bathens/ Eden Brackstone

    Nice one. The main reason I haven’t ventured to the glaciers here in New Zealand yet – They try and keep you miles form the damn things to avoid having to explain why you got crushed by 7 tones of ice… Hey, live dangerously! It results in good photos:
    http://edenbrackstone.com/2011/06/hazardous-serendipity/

    My latest shot is a post-sunset landscape from the magical Saint Bathens here in Central Otago…
    http://edenbrackstone.com/2011/12/reflective-waters-of-saint-bathens/

  • Gail Moshier

    Great photo of the glacier!! Now I have to go and see yesterday’s photo as your Mom said it wasn’t in Montana, lol. Have a great Friday!! :-)

  • http://timetotakepictures.blogspot.com Keith Moyer

    I have to agree with Gonzo…The detail here is great! I love the blue in the ice against the brown of the dirt.

  • http://www.silver7photography.com Phil Stefans

    agree…Love the sharpness of the ice…and the colours are amazing…great work!

  • http://sillymonkeyphoto.com Dmitrii

    “Yesterday’s photo was of Glacier National Park” – what photo did you talk about it?

  • http://www.rodmelotte.com Grinder

    I hitch hiked out to Glacier when I was younger – wow – the stories on that trip LOL – I wish the word “blog” would have been invented way back then. OR CELL PHONE!! got picked up by a dude that was AWOL from the military and speeding – got pulled over and he sort of went to jail (I gut plenty of K-rations). Or the guys that were snorting incense to get high (you can let me out here guys). THAT was a three week adventure!

    Anyway I agree – the glaciers look like snow fields!

    Dmitrii – yea – am I missing something?

  • LeMyke

    Maybe he’s referring to the glacier on Space Mountain. I think you can just barely see it in the background of yesterday’s picture if you squint really hard. :)

  • http://www.rodmelotte.com Grinder

    That does not help at all because the last post was “Late Night in Germanville” unless you are talkign about the Facebook shots which I (sadly) do not look at because I’m getting too much stuff to look at on FB (plus their are a lot of repeats).

  • Mike

    If you want to get up close to a really active glacier check out Cordova in Alaska. When you leave the airport rather than turning towards Cordova take a right. The road will turn into a dirt road and you’ll want to continue out to just before the million dollar bridge for a good viewing area of the glacier there. Here’s a url which’ll give you an idea where it is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Glacier_Bridge.

  • Steve

    Wow thats awesome!

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