I love water reflections and I can’t get enough of them. They are hard to find, but easy to snap. I want more. Alaska.
Snapped this image on the docks early morning in the wonderful historic town of Skagway in Alaska.
While in Alaska I snapped the main street of the wonderful frontier town of Skagway. In the 1800s it was the main gateway to the gold fields. On the day I was in Skagway four cruise ships were docked in and around the town. Imagine how many gold coins were boosting the local economy on that day.
It was all aboard the steam train to White Pass and Yukon Route high in the misty mountains of Skagway, Alaska. Somewhere near the top of the 2,700 feet mountain the conductor disembarks walks up the train track, flicks a leaver to change the tracks so the main engine can head back down the hill and be coupled to the carriages to pull them back down the mountain. Great trip. A ripper in fact, and scary.
In Glacier Bay, Alaska, the dazzeling light reflecting off the glaciers flickers across the bow waves of a cruise ships creating a vision of silky beauty.
And here is another pleasant picture I snapped few weeks ago in wonderful Glacier Bay, Alaska.
Strolling down the street in the historic town of Skagway, Alaska, the first thing I noticed about this man was his wonderful bushy white eyebrows. I decided to snap his picture. As he was about to pass me I lifted my camera and knocked off this portrait and continued on. As he did. Hey, ho.
A quick happy snap of the magnificent Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau in Alaska. Oh what a beauty.
I snapped a wonderful water reflection in the wonderful town of Juneau in Alaska. I sure did. You beauty.
A SMALL CRUISE boat loaded with rubber-necking tourists pushing through the ice admiring the breathtaking views of the wonderful Glacier Bay in Alaska.