I asked my wife, Nadyne, to select the "Photo of the Week" yesterday and she chose another of the fabulous glacier pics I took during our Alaska cruise earlier this year. This photo was of the front wall of the Harvard Glacier in an arm of the College Fjord, which is located in the northern region of Prince William Sound in Alaska. The black lines and dark shading on its face, debris from the glacier's long journey, contrasted with the blue tint and white ice to produce an almost eerie scene, especially as thunderous cracking could be heard from deep within the glacier. All of the glaciers that we viewed from within a hundred yards were magnificent.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.