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An Orca Whale, Or Killer Whale, (Orcinus Orca) Surface Near Juneau In Lynn Canal, Inside Passage, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-46667 - An Orca Whale, Or Killer Whale, (Orcinus Orca) Surface Near Juneau In Lynn Canal, Inside Passage, Alaska, United States Of America
The Aurora Daances Over The Tree Tops, Northern Lights, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-46668 - The Aurora Daances Over The Tree Tops, Northern Lights, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, United States Of America
Rustic Commercial Fishing Boat With Buoys, Pelican, Chichagof Island, Tongass National Forest, Southeast Alaska, USA
1116-46334 - Rustic Commercial Fishing Boat With Buoys, Pelican, Chichagof Island, Tongass National Forest, Southeast Alaska, USA
Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Centre Sign At Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Near Juneau, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-42891 - Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Centre Sign At Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Near Juneau, Alaska, United States Of America
Low Fog And Mist Burn Off Along The Shoreline In Alaska's Inside Passage Where A Sailboat Rests At Anchor In A Small Cove Near Juneau, Alaska. Tongass National Forest.
1116-43076 - Low Fog And Mist Burn Off Along The Shoreline In Alaska's Inside Passage Where A Sailboat Rests At Anchor In A Small Cove Near Juneau, Alaska. Tongass National Forest.
Cruise ship, Rudyerd Bay, beautiful day in summer, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1599 - Cruise ship, Rudyerd Bay, beautiful day in summer, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Early morning reflections in summer, Behm Canal, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1598 - Early morning reflections in summer, Behm Canal, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Winstanley Island late afternoon reflections, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1604 - Winstanley Island late afternoon reflections, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Winstanley Island sunset reflections, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1605 - Winstanley Island sunset reflections, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Early morning reflections in summer, Behm Canal, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1597 - Early morning reflections in summer, Behm Canal, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Rudyerd Bay ripples, beautiful summer day, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1601 - Rudyerd Bay ripples, beautiful summer day, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Winstanley Island late afternoon ripples and reflections, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1606 - Winstanley Island late afternoon ripples and reflections, Misty Fjords National Monument, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Forest mist and reflections, Mendenhall Glacier and Lake and Nugget Falls Cascade, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1591 - Forest mist and reflections, Mendenhall Glacier and Lake and Nugget Falls Cascade, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Blue iceberg, blue ice face of Mendenhall Glacier, elevated view, Visitor Centre, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1590 - Blue iceberg, blue ice face of Mendenhall Glacier, elevated view, Visitor Centre, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Nugget Falls Cascade, elevated view from Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Centre, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1589 - Nugget Falls Cascade, elevated view from Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Centre, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Mist, Mendenhall Glacier and Lake, bright blue ice, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1588 - Mist, Mendenhall Glacier and Lake, bright blue ice, Tongass National Forest, Juneau, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, Fluke of a humpback whale.
1116-34331 - Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, Fluke of a humpback whale.
Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, humpback whale breaching.
1116-34342 - Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, humpback whale breaching.
Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Mountains reflect in a mountain lake.
1116-34718 - Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Mountains reflect in a mountain lake.
Alaska, Bald Eagle in flight (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) Tongass National Forest B1655
1116-38498 - Alaska, Bald Eagle in flight (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) Tongass National Forest B1655
Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, two humpback whales surfacing.
1116-34361 - Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, two humpback whales surfacing.
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle fishing along shore.
1116-34410 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle fishing along shore.
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle fishing along shore.
1116-34411 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle fishing along shore.
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle flying in blue sky.
1116-34412 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle flying in blue sky.
Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, humpback whale breaching.
1116-34338 - Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, humpback whale breaching.
Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Mountains reflect in a mountain lake.
1116-34715 - Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Mountains reflect in a mountain lake.
Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, Fluke of a humpback whale at sunset.
1116-34335 - Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, Fluke of a humpback whale at sunset.
Alaska, Bald Eagle flying in cloudy sky.
1116-34415 - Alaska, Bald Eagle flying in cloudy sky.
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle flying in blue sky.
1116-34413 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle flying in blue sky.
Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Valley, Tongass National Forest, field of fireweed.
1116-34711 - Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Valley, Tongass National Forest, field of fireweed.
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle flying in blue sky.
1116-34414 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, Bald Eagle flying in blue sky.
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Bald Eagle hunting herring along shoreline B1651
1116-38497 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Bald Eagle hunting herring along shoreline B1651
Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Valley, Tongass National Forest, field of fireweed.
1116-34710 - Alaska, Juneau, Mendenhall Valley, Tongass National Forest, field of fireweed.
Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, humpback whale breaching.
1116-34339 - Alaska, Inside Passage, Tongass National Forest, humpback whale breaching.
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Bald Eagle close-up (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) portrait B1642
1116-38499 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Bald Eagle close-up (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) portrait B1642
Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Bald eagle in flight, gray sky, mountains distance (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) A52E
1116-37942 - Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Bald eagle in flight, gray sky, mountains distance (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) A52E
Float plane landing in Punchbowl, Misty Fjords National Monument, Southeast Alaska, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Misty Fiords National Monument is a protected area administered by the United States Forest Service on the Pacific Ocean coast of North America, in extreme southeastern Alaska and covering 2,294,343 acres of Tongass National Forest in Alaska's Panhandle.
979-7995 - Float plane landing in Punchbowl, Misty Fjords National Monument, Southeast Alaska, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Misty Fiords National Monument is a protected area administered by the United States Forest Service on the Pacific Ocean coast of North America, in extreme southeastern Alaska and covering 2,294,343 acres of Tongass National Forest in Alaska's Panhandle.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6537 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6534 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6533 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6531 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6518 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6523 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
A waxing moon over the Tongas National forest in Southeast Alaska, USA.
979-2477 - A waxing moon over the Tongas National forest in Southeast Alaska, USA.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6526 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6527 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6530 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6535 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6522 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6524 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6529 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6536 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6520 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6532 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6519 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6525 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6538 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6528 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6521 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Young American Black Bear (Ursus americanus), cub, on a tree, Tongass National Forest, southeast Alaska, USA
832-27275 - Young American Black Bear (Ursus americanus), cub, on a tree, Tongass National Forest, southeast Alaska, USA
Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan Seaplane Airport, Ketchikan, Southeast Alaska, USA.
817-79736 - Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan Seaplane Airport, Ketchikan, Southeast Alaska, USA.
Tonga in Lahore, Pakistan, Asia
2-17118 - Tonga in Lahore, Pakistan, Asia
Sunset, Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
777-569 - Sunset, Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Sunset, Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
777-564 - Sunset, Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
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