Saturday, 5th March 2016
by Wilson Ng
Geared with helmet and ice-trekkers, my friends and I set out on an unguided day-long adventure, going through strenuous and steep terrain on a rainy and windy day to explore ice caves on this ever-shifting landscape of Mendenhall Glacier. While the second half of the hike was a bit brutal due to bad weather condition, exploring this glacier cave was truly an exhilarating and memorable experience! Standing here, everything looked so blue but there was definitely nothing to feel blue about that day!
Photographed in Juneau, Alaska.
Equipment: Nikon D800, Gitzo Tripod
Wilson Ng is a San Francisco Bay Area photographer with special interest in landscape, portrait and food photography.