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Turnagain Arm Perspectives

Turnagain Arm Perspectives

Turnagain Arm Perspectives

Turnagain Arm Perspectives

Turnagain Arm Perspectives

Morgan Smith / Glacier City Gazette

From top to bottom, left to right:
Ice crystals form as the weather wanes above and below freezing on Beaver Pond Trail; Heavy with fresh snow, the foliage on California Creek trail struggles to support the weight, while we get to enjoy the white ambiance; Water drips from a glacier overhead at Byron Glacier enhancing the view from within the cave; Ice crystals form in a unique pattern intensifying the beauty of winter; Light shines on a blue cave at Byron Glacier illuminating its color; A fi re pit glows outside Jack Sprat, lights shine, and the moon shows its face through the clouds as snow is being made at Mt. Alyeska creating the perfect view; Chunks of ice line the beach of Kincaid Park making it a great walk and view; Multicolored lights shine outside Chair 5 Restaurant, highlighting the freshly fallen snow.