Yep, did some flight seeing too. Took some video with my D7000 too.
Here's another one I like, but you can see it's silhouetted because the sun is coming from behind the glacier.
Another goodun TFA, I like the inclusion of the tour boat and how the heck did you capture falling ice, very impressive.
Very nice and a great job catching the calving. We saw the NatGeo/Linblad boat a few times. Could not get in close to the Johns Hopkins in early August as the ice was too thick and moving a lot. The inlet is closed until the end of July for seal pupping. I definitely suffered from late afternoon back lighting challenges. Too difficult to deal with the level of camera control needed for it while in a tandem kayak.
Kudos for capturing a difficult scene.
More great Alaska images. You and that D7K are sure getting around.
Just one of several shots today of an Egret fishing in the local river. I have at least 3 of this same bird doing this with it's catch. flips the fish around to line it up for easy swallowing. This guy/gal was not a bit shy and I followed it along the bank for nearly a hundred feet, stepping round various items of detritus along the bank, not always being quiet, snapping hidden twigs and such. I wonder how close I could have gotten if I had had boots to wade into the river with?
Nice! Is that with the new Tamron you have listed? Oh, and I see you're from upstate NY. My sister lives in Corinth, New York. Pretty area up there.
That shot is a winner. Hope you print it BIG.