On day two I found an abundance of reflections.
The plan was to kayak across the lagoon and hike to the toe of the glacier. In spite of the weather, that is what we did, the guide, a fellow traveler and I.
Along the way we passed several kettle ponds. These were formed when large pieces of ice calved off retreating glaciers, were surrounded by sediment and later melted.
Rushes grew in many of the ponds, it's hard to see where the rush ends and the reflection begins.
The weather hadn't improved when we reached the toe of the glacier.
I enjoyed seeing the reflection of the ice in the water.
Nearby was a stream and wetland with a lovely area of flowers.
We enjoyed a quick view of the flowers and headed back. It was starting to rain. We were dressed for the weather and not uncomfortable.
You can find more images to reflect on at Weekend Reflections, hosted by James at Newtown Area Photo