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Surprise Glacier

Sergey Dolya • 3 minutes read • November 16th, 2015


 is the fourth largest city in the U.S. and is home to sea lions, bald eagles and giant glaciers:

High and low tides are strongly felt near the Pacific Ocean. Daily differences can reach 39 feet (12 meters):

The weather was miserable when this photo was taken. It was cloudy, cold and raining:

Tours last 6 hours and begin with a visit to the waterfalls:

You can also watch local fisherman catching wild Alaskan salmon:

Bald eagles sit nearby watching the fisherman:

Sea lions enjoying land:

Some of the sea lions were branded with numbers:

Alaska is surrounded by snow capped mountains:

The glacier named Surprise:

A small piece of glacier, absent of any blue hue:

Periodically pieces of the glacier break off and fall into the water:

The streets of 

Anchorage are named by numbers and letters:

Author: Sergeydolya

Translated by: Gian Luka

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