Cruising Alaska: July 2007
The weather was very misty as we entered Glacier Bay, but was clearing nicely as we went deeper.
Lamplugh Glacier, 8 miles long and named after British geologist George W. Lamplugh, was next on our itinerary. Sometimes the excitement of seeing a glacier up close makes people forget things when they dash out from their cabins - this was a very casual cruise, though!
This photograph is © 2007 by Murray Lundberg, and is not to be copied without express permission.