Posts Tagged ‘alaska’
Stef and I went up on the Mendenhall glacier today. We took a nice helicopter ride up over the ice field, and then landed on the glacier, and took a two hour hike. It was absolutely beautiful up there, and we had a lot of fun! Fun bit of trivia for you: The Mendenhall glacier is named after Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, a physicist and meteorologist from Ohio, who has a building named after him at OSU where I took a few classes.
More shots from Tracy Arm Fjord. Some of the best whale shots I’ve taken so far AND some really cool shots with fog in the fjord, which usually doesn’t happen due to the super cold water temperatures! Hope you enjoy!
So I’m back in Alaska. Stef and I came up at the end of August, and are staying through the end of the season. I’m always excited for a chance to get some more shots of the awe inspiring landscapes up here. Hope you enjoy! I’ll be trying to get some more shots before we leave, and if I’m lucky, I’m going to try to get up in a helicopter now that I’m skinny enough to only count as one person!
Some more nice shots from Tracy Arm. We had two boats go out, so you can see what the boat I work on looks like.
More pictures. These ones I took, some from Tracy Arm, and some from Endicott Arm.