There is so much to do, see and experience if you can be tough enough to endure Alaskan Weather! I have good friends for this kind of endeavor we ventured out onto the Prince William Sound for kayaking and adventure. I think it is funny, when your an artist, what you end up taking pictures of after awhile. All this epic coast line, water falls, rain forests, glaciers and beyond. Such an impossible environment for photo gear, especially this last trip; everything was soaked, even while wearing a Dry Suit with rubber gaskets and a hood; still I felt wet somehow! Likely because one couldn't touch anything dry without totally slobbering it with ocean, rain, silt or desperate snack food grease! So with all this epic scenery around on so many levels this next shot is what was inspiring me and what I pulled my camera out for:
ICE aka frozen Water!
Its apart of a very special print series/ show coming soon. "Frozen & In-Motion; a Focus on Water"
It took a lot to get to the ice; journey not the destination right?! it was in fact a trip of mostly just getting to the ice and back via a fun loving experience seeking crew of 2. We just did our best to stay alive and dry and enjoy the beauty that is Alaska! here are some snap shots:
Yes this is me having fun.
SOmeone had a good time! :)
I realize im leaving out quite a bit in this blog.. like 20 weddings or something... I will get to sharing a few of those this fall. Here are a few hot off the edit line, which is backed up blessedly to a steady busy schedule of commercial and private shoots.
Kasilof River, Kenai Alaska
Kenai River, Alaska; Dip Netting and Subsistance Fishing
I will announce formally the print series and perhaps even launch a new website once the weather turns to unbearable without any chance of fun.