Update: If some who are viewing this image (that is getting an unexpected boost in exposure) don't have time to check out the information that accompanies some of my earlier images, I wanted to answer some questions. This is the Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau, Alaska. Caves under the glacier come and go over years, and they're constantly changing as the ice melts.
The view "upstream" inside the cave is always mesmerizing. While changes in the shape of the stream and a different perspective provide a different foreground to this photograph than any in my previous work, I don't know if it's dissimilar enough in the whole.
I tried a few compositions today that I think will be worth sharing, and it was wonderful just to get back into the cave under spring/summer conditions.