Cook Inlet “Stretches 180 miles (290 km) from the Gulf of Alaska to Anchorage in south-central Alaska. Cook Inlet branches into the Knik Arm and Turnagain Arm at its northern end, almost surrounding Anchorage.” Read more atCook Inlet
On my recent trip to Denali National Park in Alaska I spotted this Red Fox and it was amazing how the fox approached this very tall cliff and seemed to just look over the edge. Maybe the fox was wondering how to get to the bottom, just enjoying the view as I was? I took […]
Recently I had planned a kayak trip into Blackstone bay near Whittier Alaska, but when we got to the port there were 3 foot swells and 28 knot winds. Today it was best to head back into the bay via a chartered boat. I took some great photos of the glaciers and will post them […]
This shot was taken at the Anchorage Harbor one morning when it was very, very cold out! I was following the hoar frost and thought it would be great to see what it was doing to the boats down there. I hope you like it!
One night as I was headed back from my favorite Restaurant in Girdwood Alaska the Double Musky when I noticed how bright the full moon was. I decided that I needed to stop at my favorite spot along the Seward highway. As you can see the results were pretty good. I have actually had comments from people […]
This is one of those photos where patience pays off. I was sitting along Turnagain Arm just outside Anchorage Alaska. The sun was too bright to get a good shot without the reflection or spots in the glass so I just sat there and enjoyed the great sunset. Just as the sun was about to […]
I was walking along the Tony Knowles Trail in Anchorage, Alaska when I saw this berry still holding on to the tree even though it was covered in hoar frost. Do you think I have titled this post correctly?
Every winter I return to Anchorage to visit Friends, Family and if I am lucky, capture a few images of this beautiful landscape. One morning I was in downtown Anchorage near the harbor to take photos of the frozen water and the boats that seemed to be frozen into the ice. I was starting to […]
Beluga Point Alaska “On a recent trip to Alaska I drove down to Beluga Point and was surprised by the Sun Dog in the sky. I lived in Alaska for over 15 years and I have never seen a Sun Dog from Beluga Point before. Luckily on this trip I had my trusty camera. I […]
The Mountain “The highest mountain in North America, Mt. McKinley has been the goal of aspiring high altitude climbers since it was first climbed in 1913. Its reputation as a highly coveted summit derives from its location near the Arctic Circle and the Pacific Ocean giving it some of the most ferocious weather in the […]