The worrisome hike next to Worthington Glacier
This photo is taken about 15 minutes into the hike and the trail itself goes up to the left of the glacier as seen in the previous photo. At this point, I realize that this is not going to be one of my favorite trails despite the spectacular scenery(How many places does one get to hike next to a glacier this size). As you can see on the left side of the photo, there is quite a dropoff from the trail toward the glacier. (And, it gets worse) Fortunately, the footing is very good on this trail. To illustrate the size of this glacier, this was taken at 12mm on the nikon 12-24 lens(with crop factor comes to be at 18mm) and I still couldn't get all the glacier in the picture. To be continued... (Is your vertigo bothering you yet Billy ? :-) )
Thu 25 Oct 2007 18:04
comments (11 from 11)
Thu 25 Oct 2007 18:25
wow.. such a place.. i get you better now when talking about that trail..
your note about the lens, shows well the immensity..
i don't give up, anyway, and i go on.. (Billy is sure here, also )
Thu 25 Oct 2007 19:44
Exelent presentasjon, good angel and lovley places. Good notes to.
Thu 25 Oct 2007 19:46
another beauty one... great glacier, special because you made that in a very good angle... anyway, i'm sure it is impressive; regards
Thu 25 Oct 2007 20:32
Superb composition, my friend! And excellent notes. Thank you.
Thu 25 Oct 2007 21:05
fanatstic place, light and tones so great!
Fri 26 Oct 2007 03:32
I'm ok so far The grade is ok here. If it were sheer on both sides or one to the extreme I'd need a rope ! Awesome view here !
Another wonderful view!!!! Very well captured!!!