Do you see those turquoise patches? Even from 15,000 feet they were refreshing pops of color shining through the sea of white snow. But what are they exactly? Ice! When ice is packed down under layers of snow and more ice, the air is eventually compressed out of it and it looks blue. It's the reason glaciers often look light blue. But I never ever expected to see such a deep aquamarine color at Denali. #BrownGirlsFly in awe of nature. #BGFinAlaska.