“Glacier Mirror” – Photo Art Print P207
Award of Excellence – Communications Arts 2013
” In my 34 years of photographing the Mendenhall Glacier, I have never seen the water right in front of the glacier go mirror calm until this day in late October right before freeze up.”
The Mendenhall Glacier is one of the few Alaskan glacier accessible by road and the third most popular tourist attraction in Alaska. The Mendenhall Glacier is located just 12 miles from downtown Juneau and is one of 38 glaciers flowing from the 1,500 square mile Juneau Ice Field. From its source at an elevation of 4,500 feet to its terminus in Mendenhall Lake, the Mendenhall Glacier is approximately 12-13 miles long. Mendenhall Lake is a freshwater lake created by rainwater and glacier melt.
“Glacier Mirror” was selected as a the winning image from Mark Kelley’s 2014 Juneau Alaska calendar for the “2013 Award of Excellence” award from Communications Arts, the leading trade journal for visual communications,
Mark Kelley Photography created this print for you using only top of the line inks and paper that have been independently tested for archival quality and color brilliance. Like any artwork, your print should not be exposed to direct sunlight. We recommend that you have your print professionally framed using archival materials to assure yourself a lifetime of appreciation. All matted prints fit standard frame sizes.