1. Bear Lake, Seward // Nancy Lake, near Denali // Alaskan Railroad near Anchorage.

  2. The picturesque Denali park road. One tiny ribbon of a road bisecting six million acres of wild land.

    Below - Near Teklanika River at Denali.

  3. Killer Whale / Orca encounter encounter during the Kenai Fjords tour.

  4. Whittier, AK.

  5. Portrait of a local chef at Whittier, AK.

  6. Indiana Dunes State Park.

  7. Resurrection Bay.

  8. Caribou encounter at the Savage River trail.

    One of the best moments at Denali National Park.

  9. Gull Island 

    A mecca for seabirds, as many as 20,000 birds inhabit the island. Seen above - common murres, one of the deepest diving birds in the world.

  10. Byron Glacier 

    This dog enjoyed the glacier so much. It was a treat to watch it try to swim on ice.

  11. Toklat River Stop at Mile 53, Denali National Park

  12. Aialik Glacier.

    Below - Glacial calving i.e., huge chunks of ice break off and fall into water resulting in icebergs.

  13. Horned Puffin.

  14. Farmers market, Anchorage. 

    Monster cabbages! Most veggies are humongous during the summer season as the plants get to grow until midnight. During summer, Alaska experiences 20 hours of sunlight. Sunset is at 11:30 pm and sunrise happens at around 4-4:30am.

  15. The City of Whittier. 

    One of the smallest towns that I’ve been to (total population of around 200 people). The only access to the city by land is through a 2.5 mile tunnel, the 2nd longest highway tunnel in N. America. However, the heart of the city is its harbor - which is a passageway to Prince William Sound. The Portage Glacier trail hike also begins here.