A chaos of jumbled ice, the result of a high tide stacking large chunks of ice on top of each other, greeted me a couple of evenings ago in the Mendenhall Wetlands. It was humbling to witness how the sheer power of the tides had shuffled the ice around like a deck of cards. It reminded me of how early winter storms in Norton Sound would pile up sea ice along the coastline in Nome. Just a few hundred yards behind me, commuter traffic along the Egan Highway was very busy. I wondered if anybody in the rush hour traffic even noticed what I saw. I decided to run this images large, as in my opinion a smaller format would not have the same impact.
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