Margerie Glacier in Tarr Inlet Continued
Everywhere was so quiet that we could hear the glacier cracking and creaking somewhere along its length. Then we would all all turn to see if this noise heralded more calving.
The colours in the ice front fascinated me.
This is the left edge of the glacier.
The Captain had kept the bow and port side facing the glacier and after a good while the ship slowly began to spin so that the starboard side now faced the glacier.
This is when we went back to our cabin’s balcony to watch the glacier some more. From there we could see more ice calving as the ship remained on station.