Some of wildlife encountered while exploring the Kenai Fjords
One last photo series devoted to the absolutely phenomenal Aialik Glacier
We were very lucky to see so much on our tour. We saw a few humpback whales, lots of Puffin’s, sea otters, Sea Lions, Star fish, some very rare birds that if you are a Birder, you’d be pretty stoked. We saw harbor seals, ice chunks calving off the Aialik Glacier. Pretty great boat trip. Here’s a pod of Orca Whales!!!
This humpback whale showed us his tail on our Kenai Fjords tour. We saw 3 others that day!
Did you know that the Harding Ice Field and its glaciers cover 700 square miles of ice? This tidewater glacier (like most glaciers) is slowly shrinking out of Aialik Fjord.
The most gorgeous fog-wrapped fjords greeted us as our tour boat exited the thick clouds of Resurrection Bay. Black and white felt like a must to emphasize the composition and texture of the mist.
Humpback whale that had more energy than we had time. It just wouldn’t stop breaching. It was breaching as we had to head back to Seward. Awesome display!
The beauty Alaska has to offer is incredible 😍 #NoFilters
Humpback whales teaming up for bubble-net feeding while birds take advantage of the feast! #SewardAlaska #sonya6000
Kenai Fjords National Park
“In all my years of doing this, I’ve never seen such an amazing gathering of orca. Folks, you’re watching an event of a lifetime. Beautiful” -Captain Steve of Callisto Voyager .