|Plot||Have you been to Alaska? Have you ever wanted to go? Well, either way this movie gives you a true experience of what it is like in the Tracy Arm fjord. This movie takes you on a journey through Tracy Arm fjord. Tracy Arm fjord is located 45 miles south from Juneau, Alaska. The fjord was named after a Civil War general named Benjamin Franklin Tracy. The twin Sawyer glaciers, North Sawyer and South Sawyer, are located at the end of Tracy Arm fjord. This movie has footage of Holkham Bay and Stephen's Passage and of course the magnificent Tracy Arm fjord. This movie shows breaching humpback whales, black bears, killer whales, huge chunks of ice crashing into the ocean, gigantic icebergs peacefully floating in Alaska's waters, bald eagles, steep granite cliffs, and magnificent waterfalls. It is absolutely amazing. There is no narration. However, beautiful composed music plays throughout the movie that journeys you through the Tracy Arm fjord. The filmmaker was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska. "I made this film to capture the magic of this incredible natural wonderland I grew up in." -Adam Kelly, filmmaker... search for Alaska: The Tracy Arm Experience on IMDb|
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