Alaska abounds with breathtaking natural beauty.
Snow capped mountains and islands covered with hemlock, spruce and cedar are enough to satiate the senses, but there’s more.
Even the sunsets are wondrous on drizzle free days.
We were fortunate to witness two technicolor skies, one intense and dramatic.
The other was softer and cast its pastel glow over mountains and water.
When I see sights like this
and this, it renews my faith in a power greater than man and fills my heart with gratitude.
i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind
15 thoughts on “Days of Wonder III”
Wow! Such amazing captures of the beauty!
I have heard that Alaskan cruises are spectacular, breathtaking photos!
Linda, seeing these beautiful photos, I think I need a return trip!
Spectacular photos, Linda. A peaceful place where one can sit and enjoy a bit of nature and peaceful skies. Ahhhh! Must be like heaven capturing that beauty.
Beautiful photos! Alaska is on my bucket list, and your photos make me want to make that trip sooner rather than later.
When you go I highly recommend taking a small boat cruise as it can get into places the big boats can’t.
stunning…I am going on an Alaskan cruise next summer and cannot wait…certainly been on my bucket list for quite awhile and seeing your beautiful pictures makes me even more excited
You’ll not be disappointed and I hope you’ll have enough sunshine to experience the sunset.
Extremely beautiful to behold. Makes me want to jump the airplane. Thanks for sharing.
My pleasure to share beauty.
Is this near Juneau? Beautiful shots.
Both are somewhere between Sitka and Juneau.
Oh my word! How very spectacular. And you captured it so well in the photos. We live surrounded by natural beauty.
Yes, beauty is everywhere if we don’t overlook it.
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