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PHOTO: Seal versus Ice – Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, USA
Photo of the Day – Seal versus Ice – Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, USA Today’s photo is of a seal in Kenai Fjords National Park. We took an amazing boat tour of the Kenai Fjords area where we saw dozens of animals ranging from birds to whales. As the boat pulled in closer and closer to one of the many glaciers in the region, the chunks of ice became more dense as did the population of seals. We spotted this seal darting through the water and caught him as he peeked up and seemed ...
10 Best Summer Trips of 2011 -- National Geographic
5. Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska Photograph by Alaska Stock Images/National Geographic Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve is pure Alaska on the rocks. Glaciers cover 27 percent of this 3.2-million-acre marine wilderness, World Heritage site, and UNESCO Biosphere Preserve, home to humpback whales, harbor porpoises, moose, black and brown bears, mountain goats, and mountain peaks topping 15,000 feet. Mid-May to September, cruise past deep fjords, coastal forests, and the main attractio
PHOTO: Resurrection Bay Harbor – Kenai Fjords NP – Seward, Alaska, USA
Resurrection Bay Harbor – Kenai Fjords NP – Seward, Alaska, USA Will and I had some time to kill before boarding an EPIC boat cruise to visit Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska. It was very early in the morning and the sun was shining beautifully through the clouds. Sunrise, clouds, harbor, water – get out the camera! We were able to snap off a few great shots from land before departing on our trip. This would be the first of many “easy” photography days in Alaska.