SW ALASKA CRITTERS AND SCENERY
15-27 May 2021
Anchorage viewed from a high vista on the Arctic Valley Road, looking westward to Cook Inlet.
On my recent trip to Alaska I spent time in Anchorage, Arctic Valley, Beluga, and Seward—all in southwestern AK. This corner of Alaska is filled with mountain ranges and inlets of the Gulf of Alaska—certainly one of the most physiographically imposing spots I have ever visited—with vistas and scenery everywhere. In late May, all the mountains are snow-capped...
Here is an album of photographs from various of these spots, with captions.Arctic Tern lit by sun on a beautiful day in downtown Anchorage.
cow Moose with new calf at Kenai Fjords National Park
White-fronted Geese--very pale individual in middle, and darked birds (Tule race?) on right, Beluga flats