Without a Bridge
In the summer, it requires a canoe or kayak to take advantage of the alternative route that the Mendenhall Lake provides for accessing the glacier that shares its name. In the cold of winter, as the ice thickens, two feet will serve you just fine. I can’t help but utilize the convenience at almost every chance I get. As a photographer, the freeze provides the added bonus that I can stand and set up a tripod in a spot where I should be treading water (really cold water). A unique perspective is rarely so easy to come by.