From high vantage points one can overlook the mesmerizing interplay of light and shadow dance across the surfaces of glaciers large enough to cover entire cities. This land of rock and ice defies all attempts to describe it's world-class vastness and relief, with expedition style efforts being required to scale all of its highest peaks. In fact, more high peaks are found here than any other place in North America and it holds more glaciers than any non-polar mountain range in the entire world. It is also the largest preserved wilderness on Earth, spanning Alaska and Canada over 100,000 square kilometers. Very rarely though, does weather allow for travel into such places, let alone in good light. Very rarely, do you see ANY photos of the interior of these ranges, among the largest peaks. I am going to hope to change that soon, with some of the region's most magnificent peaks and glacial ice fields on display in this collection and on large print. Photo © copyright by Marc Adamus.