Way up a fjord known as Tracy Arm, in Southeast Alaska, is where glaciers still scour the land.
Specifically, South Sawyer Glacier. Once joined with its other half, now known as Sawyer Glacier, these two, but one, glaciers scooped out a path dozens of miles long toward the sea.
In their receding, within a mile of where the current glacial face meets with salty sea water, the walls of the fjord are still laid bare.
In that bareness I found designs and patterns. Rock formed eons ago, thrust up from far below, chiseled and finally sculpted by ice. Enjoy.