Childs Glacier Tourists Chugach National Forest Alaska

Nature's miracles come into focus for these two tourists who spend some time along the Copper River in the Chugach National Forest in Alaska watching Child's Glacier.

Tourists to the Chugach National Forest in Alaska, USA spend some time on a bench admiring the beauty of Child's Glacier. Massive ice walls tower above the tourists, reaching 300 feet in height, as the Copper River swiftly flows by.

The blue coloring in Child's Glacier is a sign that there are no air bubbles throughout the glacier. When a solid mass of white is seen, especially in icebergs which calve from Child's Glacier, there are tiny air bubbles in the ice which reflect white light.

The beauty of Child's Glacier can not be fully explained in words and one must visit the area to capture the natural beauty of the glacier.

Visitors watch Childs Glacier, Cordova, Chugach National Forest, Alaska.



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Photo Title: Childs Glacier Tourists Chugach National Forest Alaska

Nature's miracles come into focus for these two tourists who spend some time along the Copper River in the Chugach National Forest in Alaska watching Child's Glacier.

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© Ron Niebruggewildnatureimages.com

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