Alaska is vast, spectacular and endlessly photogenic.
See for yourself.
Champa and I just returned from a two-week trip there with eight of our American siblings, cousins and spouses. We spent the first week touring Anchorage, Denali National Park and Girdwood. Then we cruised south through the Inner Passage to Vancouver, where we spent a couple of days before flying home.
We saw whales, moose, reindeer, bald eagles, glaciers, sled dogs, totem poles and much more. I’ve gathered some of our group’s photos into five short slide shows, below.
It was hard to say goodbye to such a beautiful and fascinating place. If you’ve never been to Alaska and ever get the chance, go see it yourself.
(Thanks to Nancy Collamer and Irvin Rosenthal for shooting and sharing some of these photos.)
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Wonderful photos, David! I visited Denali a few years ago and will never forget our views of the mountain as we circled in a small plane.
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