While hiking up the Harding Ice Field trail in Kenai Fjords National Park, I watched some tourists climbing on Exit glacier. The trail, which is an awesome hike, but a robust one gaining 3000 vertical feet in 4 miles, parallels the Exit Glacier. I thought my 500mm lens would make a good composition, so I quickly set up and captured a few frames of these folks trekking across the glacier surface with ice crampons on their shoes. Cloudy days make the blues pop out in the crevasse. I’ve been on this trail only once before, and each time I do it I’m reminded how beautiful it is.