It’s about time I post photos for Twitter’s #FriFotos challenge. This week’s theme is HARBORS. I’ve picked a couple of harbors that probably couldn’t more different from one another. Seward, Alaska – Small Boat Harbor Seward happens to be one of the ice free ports in Alaska and because of that stays busy year-round, but […]
When I took the Alaska Marine Highway System (Alaska Ferry) to Alaska and back one of the things I got to do was a bridge tour. I got behind the scenes and met the folks “running the ship”. I first took the tour on my way to Alaska, but as some of you already know […]
The highlight of both my tours was the sea life (and some wildlife too). I saw so many Orcas that I got picky about which ones were worthy of photos. I also saw several humpbacks, but the most interesting was a momma and baby who playfully breached, siphoned, and tail slapped right next to our […]
The glaciers visible on the Kenai Fjords tour are part of the Harding Icefield (named after President Harding). The Harding Icefield is the largest icefield contained entirely within the United States. During my two trips, I got photographs of four of the forty glaciers that spider out from Harding Icefield. It doesn’t matter how many […]
As promised I want to share some photos from my Kenai Fjords trip. I want to build up to the grand finale…the sea life…so, to start I thought I’d share some of the landscape of the area. Although the weather was just mediocre the stunning greens really stood out. Kenai Fjords – Part 1
During my Alaska/Canada Road Trip, in May, I finally did something I’ve always wanted to do…a trip through Kenai Fjords out of Seward, Alaska. Lesson Learned So, why has it taken me so long to share this trip? Well, I encountered every photographer’s nightmare. For some reason I decided to move my photos to an […]
Tern Lake is located at the intersection of the Sterling and Seward highways in Alaska. Every time I pass this lake I really enjoy how beautiful it is. I took these photos on July 3rd. It wasn’t a particularly great day, but none the less Tern Lake did not disappoint.
I’m very fascinated with clouds and I love the view from airplanes (even if I don’t really like to fly). There photos were taken shortly before landing in Anchorage, Alaska.
When I decided to go on an adventure every month this year, I had no idea that after five months I’d be walking through one of life’s biggest adventures with my parents. I mentioned in a previous post, about Being Homesick, that my parents lost nearly everything in a fire on June 1st (the day […]
I found myself back in Alaska this weekend to help my parents after they lost nearly everything they owned in a fire. While there I had a chance to get photos of some more eagles. Here are a few of my favorites. The first photo shows three eagles in flight (two mature and one immature) […]