Surprise glacier flows out of the Chugach mountains which border Prince William Sound to the north. It is a tidewater glacier and frequently calves ice chunks into Surprise Inlet which then drift out into Harriman Fjord. Along the top edge of the glacier terminus are some finger like seracs that will soon fall into the water as gravity bears down its collective force. Fortunately we had some clouds on the last day of our journey, and I like influence that they offer both in contrast and color, creating a slightly ominous tone and color palette. The blues are much more vivid on overcast days. You can see more from my trip to Prince William Sound on my website.