Dawn broke unassumingly, like an eagle pausing briefly on a cerulean blue iceberg, seemingly without a care in the world. We glided past nature’s sculpted ice castles as scotters, murrelets and loons flew furtively over the scalloped surface of the sea. The thunderous calvings of the glacier were underscored by the occasional call of a seal pup, voicing an undecipherable concern. Countless unnamed waterfalls cascaded around us in every direction. Their origins were all unique and unseen, but their destinations all shared as one.
- Daily Expedition Reports
- 14 Jun 2022
Tracy Arm, 6/14/2022, National Geographic Sea Bird
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