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The Aurora was faint but colorful here in the Matanuska Valley in Alaska in early September. This image was made with a Canon 5D Mark IV with a Sigma 14mm F/1.8 lens at F1./8 13 seconds at ISO 5000.
My dreams had always carried me here , but sometimes reality outdoes herself .
Just your standard fall color/Aspen tree trunk photo amidst a field of spent fireweed plants in Alaska. Beautiful Autumn! This image was made with a Canon 5D Mark IV with a Canon 24-105mm F/4 lens at 55mm F/4 1/80th second at ISO 100 handheld.
This is an aerial image made from a helicopter over Knik Glacier in Southcentral, Alaska. This image was made with a Canon 5D Mark IV with a Canon 24-105mm F/4 lens at 80mm F/16 1/160th second at ISO 200
Dance Like No One is Watching, Sing Like No One Can Hear You.
Miss Sassy, as we named her, reminds me that regardless of what species you are, sometimes you just have to let go and have fun. Coastal brown bears are often captured fishing, hunting and feeding. Miss Sassy gave us a full morning of entertainment. She was happy as could be playing in the ocean without a care in the world, splashing, diving, hopping, skipping and just having a good time. You could hear other photographers giggling at her antics. As I process her images, I remind myself to never take myself too seriously and follow my own path. Miss Sassy, I can't wait to come back and watch you with your babies as I know you'll raise them to dance like no one is watching. •
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I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my help come from? My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth.
This aerial image of glacier crevasses as they wind their way to the lake was made on a completely cloudy day from a helicopter. This image was made with a Canon 5D Mark IV with a Canon 24-105mm F/4 lens at 70mm F/4 1/18000th second at ISO 400 handheld.
Incase you wondered what our houses look like up here in the far north ✌🏼❄️❤️( *** in my dreams *** )
is almost over, and I’ve done nothing today except nap and recover from jet lag, so this is an old picture, but I’m still so so so happy to be home in my beautiful state. I love to travel. But I love to come home to Alaska too. 💙⭐️💙⭐️💙 #glacier
Can you believe we're just over 2 1/2 months away from 2019? Now is the perfect time to order my 2019 Alaska Calendar! The diversity of images in the calendar shows the stunning beauty of The Last Frontier.
View more images & order the 2019 calendar via the link in my bio.
Fall landscape of a bull moose out feeding on grasses in Chugach State Park near Anchorage last year. No matter how many times you see a moose in the wild, it just never gets old. Don't you agree?
In Lake Clark National Park again during 3 days of my 14-day August “Into the Wild” photo tour with Amazing Views Photo Tours. We witnessed this interesting sight of a sow with one of her last year’s cubs. The mom just plopped down in the stream and the cub came to see what was up. Funny things they do. This image was shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II with a 100-400mm F4/5/6 L lens at 165mm F8.0 1/1250 second ISO 1000.
Thankful for hilarious friends freaked me out and made me come out to see the moon last night in the neighborhood 🌕 Lady Aurora put on a midnight show for us while we laughed our faces off , I’m basically just starting to feel my fingers and toes but oh how it was worth it . This is our real life and I wouldn’t change it for thing. Hashtag BLESSED. I love when the dipper is painted in the lights 🌌
Last sunrise in Alaska for a while. The temperature is dropping, it’s time to fly south.
Official Iditarod Artist Jon Van Zyle and I have collaborated on a new limited-edition metal artwork print. And now it is complete and available for ordering! We’re calling it: “Resting Under the Lights”. It’s a night-time photo of mine of the Aurora over the Chugach Mountains where Jon blended his custom painting of a trapper/musher resting with his Alaskan huskies on a lake shore. It’s a stunning 15” x 15” art on metal print ready to hang. It is a limited edition of 125 signed by both Jon and myself. I’m very blessed and grateful to be able to work with Jon on this blending of our two talents. If you purchased our first collaboration last year, “Reaching a Goal”, to raise money for my son Ben’s families to help after his accident, you can reserve the same limited edition number by following the instructions on the ordering page. Click the link in my bio to go to my website to read the full details and order yours today. Thanks for your support of our work!