Unlike the more famous tidewater glacier in Alaska that suffer the attrition of tides and currents, the Yakutat glacier terminates at the quiet, freshwater Harlequin Lake. Without the water movement of the tides to constantly strip ice from the face of tidewater glaciers, the Yakutat glacier calves much less frequently. However, when it does calve, it looses massive, city-block size pieces of ice. These floating landscapes drift ever so slowly to the outflow of the lake, the Dangerous River, but they eventually stick in the shallow bottom. I snapped this shot before a 5-day trip, winding through the bergs and camping on the bloom laden shores.