Harriman Glacier is a beautiful tidewater glacier located at the head of Harriman Fiord, Prince William Sound, Alaska.
I was very fortunate it wasn’t raining (especially this summer), and to have nice evening soft defused light. I was most fortunate not to have wind. Typically Alaska’s tidewater glaciers can have a fair amount of localized wind. The dead calm evening allowed me to stop down for maximum depth of field, without having to worry about blurred flowers due to the long shutter speed. My only real complaint was the low tide – it would have been nice if the tide had been higher as it would have covered the gravel in the mid-ground.