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02 The Scene
OK. Second image in the series to give you a good overview of where we went.
This is taken from the end of the trail, and is 7 landscape frames taking in about
On the left side the Mendenhall Glacier winds back into the mountains for another
9 or 10 miles where it is spawned by the 1100 square mile Juneau Ice Field. This
glacier is retreating at a rate of nearly 100 feet per year. In a later shot I'll show
you just how much has been lost in the 14 years we've been in Juneau.
On the right you can see where the glacier ends in a lake still partially frozen from
the winter season. Where the glacier ends and the lake begins the water is
200 feet deep.
As for technical info, all 7 frames are taken with the WB set to 5500.
Aperatures are either 8 or 9.5, and shutter speed ranges from 1/250 to 1/500.
ISO 100. Focal length is 14mm. The stitch was done in Panorama Factory
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