Continuing with another panoramic photo, here's one of the Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska. If you have been following my posts, my earlier blog posting titled "Pond reflection" had a photo of a pond in the same area that I took this panoramic snapshot.
If was grey and cloudy most of the day but when I got to the glacier, the sun started to peak out a bit.
You can see in the background the glacier... I really don't know why there's a funky blue colour there - my guess would be that there's some mineral deposit in the ice that causes it to be this colour. If anyone knows the reason why or would like to offer up a suggestion, please post your comments, thanks.