As I said in part I, I have taken a lot of Alaskan landscape photos over the last several years. While landscape photography is common, and the standards are high, I feel that living in Alaska has provided me with an amazing opportunity to capture scenes that most do not get to see. I have the privilege of living in what I feel is one of the most beautiful parts of the world.
In the gallery I put up yesterday I mentioned that I like the play of light that the sun makes in Northern Alaska. Our short winter days and long summer days produce amazing light conditions. I also find myself taking a lot of landscape photographs with fog. Ice fog in winter and mist and clouds in summer. The way fog distorts, covers, and reveals the landscape makes for some amazing scenes. Capturing them can be difficult, but when it works, amazing.
Once again, many of these images are panoramic in format. I find that with the large views we have up here, the wide format works best to capture them. I hope you enjoy, and please drop a comment here or on facebook about what you like, or suggestions you might have about my photography or things you would like to see. My work is continually evolving, I am learning more all the time and I am hoping that this photographic journey will contine for years to come.