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Here a Bald Eagle flying over Margerie Glacier. See the next picture for a cropped close up of the Eagle.
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A cropped close up of the Bald Eagle flying over Margerie Glacier.
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Some Seagulls flying around Margerie Glacier.
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A Seagull comes to greet us as we view Margerie Glacier from our balcony.
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A Seagull flies over the ice flows in the Tarr inlet of Glacier Bay near Margerie Glacier.
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A close up of a Seagull flying by us as we view Margerie Glacier from our balcony.
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An interesting pattern of ice flows stretching out from Margerie Glacier.
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Cathy enjoys a nice warm cup of soup before lunch from room service on our balcony as we view Margerie Glacier.
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Cathy sits on our balcony about to enjoy a wonderful lunch from room service while we continue viewing Margerie Glacier.
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A panoramic photo of Margerie Glacier and it's reflection in Tarr Inlet of Glacier Bay. Our ship was in position to give us a head on view of Margerie Glacier for about 30 minutes. We are about to turn again to give the other side their view, as we see the Grand Pacific Glacier.
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Our ship is turning to give people on the other side their viewing time of Margerie Glacier, while we begin to see the left side of Grand Pacific Glacier. It is bigger (the face is about 2 miles wide), but not as pretty as Margerie Glacier, as it is mostly covered with silt and sand.
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Here is the right side of the Grand Pacific Glacier.
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A closer view of the right side of the Grand Pacific Glacier.
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The clouds laying above the right side of the Grand Pacific Glacier. Even though it looks like ground, it is ice covered with silt and sand.
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A close up shot of the right side of Grand Pacific Glacier.
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A telephoto shot of Grand Pacific Glacier showing the ice and the brown sand covering on part of it.
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A panoramic shot of the left side of the Grand Pacific Glacier.
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A panoramic shot of the right side of the Grand Pacific Glacier.
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A panorama of the entire 2-mile wide Grand Pacific Glacier.
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Our wake makes an interesting pattern in the water as our ship departs from Grand Pacific Glacier.
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The wake of our ship grows as we pass the beautiful scenery along the Tarr Inlet of Glacier Bay.
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The clouds lay along the mountains as we depart Tarr Inlet of Glacier Bay.
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A close up view of the scenery along Tarr Inlet of Glacier Bay.
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As the clouds drift down the mountains, we see the ice flow from the glaciers in Tarr Inlet.

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