Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Kayaker on Mendenhall Lake

A kayaker maneuvers his way around bergy bits on Mendenhall Lake.
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12 comments:

Mar said...

What an amazing shot and effect!!

My Ruby Tuesday

Carolyn Ford said...

I love the deep rich colors in this photo and that little spot of red. Very beautiful.

Hood Photo Blog said...

BRRRRR!!! But how beautiful, so worth the chill :)
Hood Photo Blog

Raven said...

Brrrr.... Beautifully done. Love that twisted fish logo down below too. Cool name for a restaurant.

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful, creative presentation of a glorious scene! Love the touch of red in an icy world!

Fotobloggen 2010 said...

Wonderful photo. Seems a bit cold though to be cayaking there. Very nice wiew, thanks for sharing

Christina, sweden

Fotolarsen said...

wow this was a great picture! Love it and the way you have treated it afterwards

reg said...

absolutely breath taking. What more can be said

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Your photos are amazing. Juneau seems like a beautiful place, maybe a bit of wilderness still remains.
I just popped over from Cozy Little House where Brenda spotlighted you on her welcome wagon.

kim said...

Hello, I just jumped over from Cozy Little House. Your photos are absolutely beautiful. I've been browsing some of your older posts and I just loved the photo of the eagles in the tree tops. I must confess that when I think of Alaska, I only think of snow. But now I see there is so much more. Thanks for sharing a wonderful part of the world with us.

Small City Scenes said...

Super shot. what fun that would be.

Are you having crazy weather up there like we are having here? MB

AshTreeCottage said...

Brenda from Cozy Little House sent me over to welcome you. I have never been to Alaska, so your photos of Juneau are just fascinating! You live in such a remote and beautiful paradise. I live in Idaho which is remote and beautiful too. Come visit me sometime!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo