The Glacier in question was the Hubbard Glacier, and we spent the entire morning watching it calve. No action photos here, though. The scale was tricky. It was only when you saw how slowly the ice fell, and heard how long the sound took to arrive that a sense of its size could be appreciated.

For once, Alaska turned on good weather!

Because there were no reference points, perspective was difficult. The ice appeared to be close when it was actually ten stories below. these seals seemed tiny dots: