A couple of images from Northwestern Fjord, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska. Myself and four friends, well, six friends counting crew, had such amazing weather and a fun time of kayaking and hiking there last month.
Dwarf fireweed last month in Kenai Fjords National Park.
This was from last month in Kenai Fjords. After 3 straight weeks of traveling, I have lots to share from this summer!
Home from three back to back trips including two wonderful Alaska bear and whale photo tours! We had lots of brown bears at Pack Creek on both trips. Orcas and lots of humpbacks for both trips as well, including an extended session with bubble net feeding humpbacks on week two. That trip has never failed to amaze me, and every year is so different.
Wow, what a week! So many bears and cubs, orcas, humpbacks… I have never had a summer in Alaska like 2020! This is one of two sows with spring cubs inside of Fords Terror! In Juneau one day, then back out for another week.
See the kayakers? From last weeks trip.
The wave train created by our vessel as we came out of the fog in Coleman Cove, and into a beautiful sunny day in Aialik Bay! Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska.
I pre-scheduled this as I’m out on a Kenai Fjords photo tour right now. These bear cubs were from last week, and oh, so cute!