TRACY ARM WILDERNESS - An Alaskan Kayak "Trip" Through Time by Robert Glenn Ketchum
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act (#Wilderness), this new blog focuses on a wilderness area in the #Tongass rainforest of southeast Alaska. This is the tale of a 10-day kayak trip - a testament to WHY wilderness is important, by world-renowned Conservation Photographer Robert Glenn Ketchum.
TRACY ARM Wilderness - An Alaskan Kayak "Trip" Through Time, #59: Scale! Scale! Scale! Scale is EVERYTHING! I know I have repeated that many times in this blog, BUT CHECK THIS OUT! Referencing the last post, the rock wall and the blue glacial face in that image are in the lower left of this picture. If we were in this shot in our bright yellow kayaks we would be so small you could not see us. LOOK CAREFULLY at this, however, because just to the right of the blue face there is a boat floating on the water. That boat is over 50ft in length and there are 16 people aboard! Welcome to the #SouthSawyerGlacier and #TracyArm!
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