Portage Lake, by Ronnie Glover

Portage Glacier sits about a hours drive south of Anchorage, Alaska. The melting of Portage Glacier created this lake (known as Portage Lake) . This image was taken a few minutes before sunrise to capture the reflections on the mountains on the lake. Icebergs (in the distance in this image) vary in size and are often close and large. To the right of the center mountain, you can see the retreating glacier.

Portage Lake, by Ronnie Glover

35mm Nikon N2000 with Fuji Velvia slide film
Portage Lake, by Ronnie Glover

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | March 20
Photo of the Day Award Category: Landscape Photography
Photograph Location: Alaska | The United States

Photographer: Ronnie Glover (Gig Harbor, WA, USA) Registered Photographer
Photography took a backseat while Ronnie obtained his college degree. After graduation, he purchased his first camera but was unable to produce the images that he saw in his mind. He then took a few continuing education class to learn the technical aspects of the camera and realized there was so much more to learn about photography. So Ronnie enrolled in the professional program at Southeastern Center for the Arts in Atlanta. The school was operated by Jeanne & Neil Chaput de Saintonge, who currently operate Rocky Mountain School of Photography. He spent 14 years living in Alaska and this gave him unbelievable opportunities to experience nature and capture many images. Ronnie also enjoy travel photography and the experience of different cultures. It is his wish that his images will expose others to the beauty of nature and other cultures. He invites everyone to enjoy his gallery and feel free to contact him with any comments.

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