North to Alaska

I recently had the opportunity to go to Alaska and see some of the glaciers. They sure are beautiful. I visited the Hubbard Glacier first. It is one of the few that is still advancing, and at a fast rate as well. It is impressive to see the awesome scale of the glacier as well as the breaking off and forming of new icebergs and ice.

The second was the Mendenhall Glacier, near Juneau. It is receding, but being accessible by land you can get quite close. Juneau was a neat town in that it is not so touristy as some of the other typical cruise destinations (Skagway, Icy Strait Point). Juneau is the capital and has government, mining and fishing to bring the place alive. We stopped in an art gallery and had a chance to talk with some of the local photographers - a great experience!

Photo credits: , Brad Calkins.

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July 21, 2008


Indeed, I've noticed that there are a bunch of us that started at a similar time, and those of us who are contributing on a regular basis are getting a similar number of downloads.

Thanks for the comments on the photos - it is a beautiful place! I look forward to keeping up with each other's success on Dreamstime :)

July 21, 2008


Thank you for the excellent suggestions on my last blog, I had never thought of the time dimension. I will be following your journey closely as you are very similar to me in your photography career. I wish you all of the best and I will talk to you soon! Beautiful pictures of alaska by the way!!

July 18, 2008


Thanks for the comments!

July 18, 2008


Ahh..Yes My wife and I just had our honeymoon in Alaska in May. It was the reason behind getting my new camera. Such a beautiful place, with ever-changing landscape. Looks like you captured it pretty well. Nice job

July 18, 2008


Great Shots. I would love to visit Alaska one day.

July 18, 2008


Very beautiful!The envy of the trip and works!

July 18, 2008


Great new images! Lots of luck with them.

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