Warning: they aren't very good. You could look online and get better images, but here's what I took with my device (aka: cellphone).
One of the many totems in the town.
Tracy Arm Fjord:
Ice chunks in the water as we sailed up the Tracy Arm. That lower one is bigger than a car. The small chunks were everywhere, with larger ones floating randomly. The slurry of smaller chunks made me feel as if we were a garnish floating in a giant cocktail.
See that rectangular dot in the water, in front of the glacier? That's a small tour boat - small only compared to a cruise ship. It holds over 100 people (maybe 40 or 50 feet long? Not small.) It's still a safe distance away from the glacier and it is but a speck in the sea. The glacier is huge. Shrinking at an alarming rate, but still such a mind boggling amount of ice.
I like this picture because it shows the ship's wake as we turned around in the cul de sac. Lol.
View of the cruise ship dock from on high. If it looks like we were straight up, we were.
Mendenhall Glacier, from the park viewpoint. I wish I could have captured the colors in the ice. The blues... astounding, amazing colors.
Sockeye salmon. This species is easier to photograph because of their color. The silvery species... not with a cell phone. Not for me, anyway!
Two of the same view, from the aerial tram above Juneau. The changing light... I, wordy woman that I am, I am out of words to describe the beauty.
More later. This is long enough!