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Seward, Alaska Aerial

Aerial of Seward, Alaska.

Well aside from the one to two feet of snow South-central Alaska received last Saturday, it is great to be home!  I love that drive down the Seward Highway, through the mountains and along the coast – I think I counted five moose on the way home.  I also love the fresh air, it hits you as soon as you step out of the airport terminal.

This photo was captured during summer a couple of years ago.  Here are more Alaska photos.

Comments 13

  1. Congratulations – you made it safe and sound. Now would you be so kind to treat us to some snow shots as it is forecasted to be 98-f today and I need to cool down a bit – if only visually. 😉

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    Thanks Rick,

    I am going to miss that warm weather! Although upper 90’s is getting a bit too warm for me – 80’s is perfect!


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    Hi Richard,

    Sounds like there is at least one wildfire in your area – I have a feeling there is going to be a lot of those this year unfortunately.


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  5. So that’s your photo on the Milepost? Cool! The arial picture of Seward looks interesting. I love it. Somehow I thought it might be larger. But I would love to be there! The mountains in the background… Glad you made it safely!!

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    Thanks for the welcome home!

    Carl, I hope it means more wolf photos, but no promises.

    Thanks Mark – I think we owe you some more photos!

    Thanks Beth. Yeah, Seward is pretty small, I think the population is about 4,000 – I like it that way. The population almost doubles the minute one of them cruise-ships pulls in!


  7. Well Ron, somehow I don’t think an aerial view of where I live would be quite so impressive. 🙂 Looks like a great place to live.

  8. I haven’t been to Seward in years. Last time I was in Alaska we drove down to Homer instead. Congrats on successfully completing your trip. Being back home is always a nice feeling. This photo reminds me I need to get some aerial work in sometime in the future. Aerial perspectives are always quite refreshing.

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    Thanks a lot Jim!

    Next time you make it to Seward, be sure to let me know.

    I agree, aerials do offer a unique perspective. Plus they are a lot of fun!


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