I recently had the pleasure of taking the scenic drive down to Soldotna Alaska, which is a 3.5 hour drive (without stops) from my house in Wasilla. To get there, we have the beautiful scenery of the Turnagain Arm in the Cook Inlet. Of course I went prepared for my trip and brought my camera. Here are some of the images from that trip. Critiques always welcomed.
1 This one has the Alaska Railways track that runs from Seward to Fairbanks
2 These were actually shot in color but look black and white
4 within a few miles of fog, it finally started to lift
5 these few fog ones were taken out the window of a car while going 55 miles an hour on Seward Highway. Temperature was about 10f degrees and quite chilly!
6 the sea water of the Cook Inlet was frozen and was like glass. Although the rough areas were open moving water.
10 the black spruce with the hoar frost made me feel like getting my paints out and do a painting.