When Amy and Stuart retuned from Alaska recently, Amy had taken over 300 photographs! Here are just a few-from glaciers to mountains, wildlife to city life, and lots of water.
And once again, I’m biased-but I think Amy has taken some pretty spectacular photographs!
Detail of totem pole showing traditional colors.
Mendenhall Glacier in the background.
Stuart, Amy and a huge waterfall!
Basking sea lions.
Hump back whales. Amy said that every time she snapped the shutter on her camera she just missed most of the whales she was trying to photograph!
Statue of the Alaskan brown bear-also known as the grizzly bear. They are common around Juneau.
Pirate ship? No, fishing boat!
A carving done directly on the trunk of a tree.
View from the tram.
Tug boat and cargo barge.
Tree root tunnel.
From Amy’s pictures, it’s easy to see why Juneau is known as America’s most scenic state capital!