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"Tracy Arm: a rather ordinary name for an extra-ordinary place, arguably one of the most spectacular glacial fjords in both Alaska and the world. Glacier Bay National Park, roughly 125 miles to the northwest, is far better known, and Misty Fjords, near Ketchikan, is duly celebrated. But Tracy Arm, 32 miles long and averaging a mile wide, surrounded by steep mountain walls rising up to 7,000 feet from sea level, surrenders nothing in grandeur or vertical scale to any of these treasures. In fact, it gains its visual power from the fact that so much is crammed into such a compact space. It is, in its own right, the sort of place that's worth traveling halfway around the world to see, a landscape that reminds us, residents and travelers alike, of why we came to Alaska."
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Award-winning Alaskan photographer Mark Kelley has built his entire career around the place he calls home-Alaska. Mark has been photographing the places and faces of his state for the past forty years. A true Alaskan ambassador, Mark knows when to be where for Alaska to reveal itself in the next photograph. Mark's images have been reproduced as art prints and in books and calendars, collected by locals and visitors as important reminders of this great place of awe and wonder.
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Book Description Mark Kelley Photography, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0974405337
Book Description Mark Kelley, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. 2nd. Seller Inventory # DADAX0974405337
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