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A beautiful day in Glacier Bay. I don't think
any of the eight-man team on the
University of London's Hydrobiological
Expedition to Alaska in the
summer/autumn of 1977 expected to come
home with a suntan; indeed much of the
first six weeks, at the southern end of the
Bay, were spent sheltering from continual
rain. This was the area that was most
recently de-glaciated and therefore had the
most mature melt-water streams - the
focus of the team's research. But the two of
us on the film crew were increasingly
frustrated by the weather until we all
moved further up-Bay and the sun came
out for much of the rest of our three month trip. Despite being frustrated by the
difficulty of getting to the head of the glaciers with a failing outboard and of having a
bear mess with our film gear, our wildlife film was eventually in the can and was shown
on television the following year.
A beautiful day in Glacier Bay. I don't think any of the eight-man team on the University
of London's Hydrobiological Expedition to Alaska in the summer/autumn of 1977
expected to come home with a suntan; indeed much of the first six weeks, at the
southern end of the Bay, were spent sheltering from continual rain. This was the area
that was most recently de-glaciated and therefore had the most mature melt-water
streams - the focus of the team's research. But the two of us on the film crew were
increasingly frustrated by the weather until we all moved further up-Bay and the sun
came out for much of the rest of our three month trip. Despite being frustrated by the
difficulty of getting to the head of the glaciers with a failing outboard and of having a
bear mess with our film gear, our wildlife film was eventually in the can and was shown
on television the following year.
A beautiful day in Glacier Bay. I don't think
any of the eight-man team on the
University of London's Hydrobiological
Expedition to Alaska in the
summer/autumn of 1977 expected to come
home with a suntan; indeed much of the
first six weeks, at the southern end of the
Bay, were spent sheltering from continual
rain. This was the area that was most
recently de-glaciated and therefore had the
most mature melt-water streams - the
focus of the team's research. But the two of
us on the film crew were increasingly
frustrated by the weather until we all
moved further up-Bay and the sun came
out for much of the rest of our three month trip. Despite being frustrated by the
difficulty of getting to the head of the glaciers with a failing outboard and of having a
bear mess with our film gear, our wildlife film was eventually in the can and was shown
on television the following year.

Calm day, Glacier Bay

A beautiful day in Glacier Bay. I don't think any of the eight-man team on the University of London's Hydrobiological Expedition to Alaska in the summer/autumn of 1977 expected to come home with a suntan; indeed much of the first six weeks, at the southern end of the Bay, were spent sheltering from continual rain. This was the area that was most recently de-glaciated and therefore had the most mature melt-water streams - the focus of the team's research. But the two of us on the film crew were increasingly frustrated by the weather until we all moved further up-Bay and the sun came out for much of the rest of our three month trip. Despite being frustrated by the difficulty of getting to the head of the glaciers with a failing outboard and of having a bear mess with our film gear, our wildlife film was eventually in the can and was shown on television the following year.      
Simple elegant black frame for a very calming picture

Simple elegant black frame for a very calming picture

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