“Safely Drifting” – Photo Art Print P212
Drifting icebergs near the face of tidewater glaciers often serve as nurseries for harbor seal mothers and their pups. The ice offers a safe place for birthing their young, a place for rest and sunning, and a refuge from their main predator the orca (also known as the killer whale). The two most important pupping grounds in Southeast Alaska are John Hopkins Inlet in Glacier Bay National Park and South Sawyer Glacier in Tracy Arm-Fords Terror National Wilderness.
This Mark Kelley image appears in Mark’s children’s book “Once Upon Alaska”.
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.