Large ice tunnel
A man walks through a large ice tunnel formed by the shifting of icebergs along the terminus of the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska.
Walking on the frozen waters leading up to the glacier, along the glacier face and into ice caves surrounding the area is not recommended and is highly dangerous; yet on any given day in the winter scores of visitors ski, hike, skate, walk their dogs, sled, photograph and otherwise enjoy the atmosphere.
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