A quick video shot from the highpoint of a glacial moraine in AK. This is the far end of the moraine I discussed in yesterday's post.
We had intermittent showers throughout our trip ashore as you can see on the lens and hear. Regardless of the weather, the landscape and scenery were pretty cool. I found the most interesting part of this area to be that the landscape was completely fractal. Regardless of scale, there were similar features. For example, the glacier and its moraine were very similar in appearance to the small water flows and deposits of glacial silt.
I will put up a few more videos from this location and other spots around the area.
Video was shot with a Canon 5D Mk II and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L. I processed very minimally in Adobe Premiere Pro.
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