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Snapshots

  1. Reflections

    Snapshot Title: Reflections
    Taken by: Vicki Hertzberg

    Image: Pederson Glacier, Alaska, view 1
    Image Owner: Vicki Hertzberg



    Description:

    I love how the landscape is mirrored perfectly in lower Pederson Lagoon.



  2. Terminus of Pederson Glacier

    Snapshot Title: Terminus of Pederson Glacier
    Taken by: Vicki Hertzberg

    Image: Pederson Glacier, Alaska, view 1
    Image Owner: Vicki Hertzberg



    Description:

    Here is where Pederson Glacier terminates into upper Pederson Lagoon. I have another snapshot of the terminus in the Pederson Glacier view 2 gigapan, found at
    gigapan.org/gigapans/94280



  3. Ghost Forest

    Snapshot Title: Ghost Forest
    Taken by: Vicki Hertzberg

    Image: Pederson Glacier, Alaska, view 1
    Image Owner: Vicki Hertzberg



    Description:

    After the Alaskan earthquake in the 60's, there were shifts in the water tables, such that flora that previously grew in areas of sweet water suffered from intrusion of salt water. This caused many tr...



  4. This is one canoe left behind

    Snapshot Title: This is one canoe left behind
    Taken by: Vicki Hertzberg

    Image: Pederson Glacier, Alaska, view 1
    Image Owner: Vicki Hertzberg



    Description:

    The wind was doing it's best to turn the canoe into a ghost, and it almost succeeded.



  5. Two motorboats

    Snapshot Title: Two motorboats
    Taken by: Vicki Hertzberg

    Image: Pederson Glacier, Alaska, view 1
    Image Owner: Vicki Hertzberg



    Description:

    I believe that these boats are used by the park rangers.



  6. The half-ghost canoe

    Snapshot Title: The half-ghost canoe
    Taken by: Vicki Hertzberg

    Image: Pederson Glacier, Alaska, view 1
    Image Owner: Vicki Hertzberg



    Description:

    The canoe was moving rapidly to my right, so fast that they don't show up in the column to the left. The group is paddling across lower Pederson lagoon, and will leave the canoe on the bank of the isl...