The Columbia glacier in Prince William Sound has been receeding rapidly for many years, and all the chunks of ice in this photo are trapped in a tidal lake by an old glacial morraine. Its truly a wild place to explore and walk around. I took this picutre after climbing on top of another large iceberg, as vertical perspective was hard to get at eye level down amongst all the large chuncks of ice. The big icebergs here are much larger than your average vehicle, to give you a little sense of scale. The evening sidelight offers some interesting dimension to this scene, quite a contrast compared to shooting to the right, which had interesting geography, but just boring front light.