In my recent travels to Alaska, my lens was treated to an abundance of wonderful subject matter. I'm going to be sharing some of my favourites over the coming days.
As always, if you take a shining to one of these and would like it on your wall, just reply to me and I can make that happen.
This first image was taken in Icy Point Strait, a small passage south of Juneau, Alaska where a fishing boat departs in the early morning.
The second shot is a coastal view of Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park taken during rough seas and winds of over 90kts! Yes, hurricane winds! It wasn't easy trying to stabilize a camera in those winds!
Though it's difficult to get perspective, these waves are actually huge. The shot was taken from about 100 feet above the water, so the waves look small, but trust me .. they weren't!
Hope you enjoy!