The season is winding down here in Alaska so I decided I would post fifteen of my favorite images from this year’s Alaska Range trips. If you have been following the blog you know it was a rough year in the mountains. I am mostly disappointed that I got nothing of merit from the southern section of the Alaska Range, except some broken toes, a sprained wrist, lots of bruises and a damaged ego.
I will be posting a larger selection of images on a dedicated page in the near future, along with photographs from my previous work in the Alaska Range. I am already plotting next year’s trips, six expeditions total.
Please feel free to comment on each image and share them through your social networks, the more people who learn about the project, the better of a success it will be when its finished.
The beautiful Thunder Mountain, Denali National Park and Preserve
Avalanche off the North-West face of Mount Hunter, Denali National Park and Preserve.
Denali is often capped with a cloud. Denali creates its own weather and tourist have about a 30% chance of a clear enough day to see the mountain’s summit.
The beautiful north face of Avalanche Spire, Denali National Park and Preserve
Cathedral Peaks (triple peak on the left) and Kichatna Spire (on the right), Denali National Park and Preserve
Unnamed mountains reflected in Lima Bean Lake (local name), Denali National Park and Preserve
The shadow of Mount Church is projected into the clouds by the rising sun, Denali National Park and Preserve.
Melt water stream on the Backside Glacier. It was abright and sunny day so I had to use a ten-stop ND filter too slow down the exposure, central Alaska Range.
The impressive gorge that prevents access onto the middle of the Ruth Glacier, Denali National Park and Preserve.
Large bull caribou, Hayes Range
Skull and fall colors, north side, Hayes Range.
Caribou under unnamed mountains, north side of the Hayes Range.
Mount Moffit Reflection, north side the Hayes Range.
Beautiful mixed light, Hayes Glacier, eastern Alaska Range.
thanx for assembled the best adventurous explorations photographs as well
Awesome portfolio Carl! For a season photographing really rugged and remote country, I’d say you did very well. Can’t wait to see your work next year!