WHITE PASS ALASKA PANORAMA
Alaska is a fantastically large place, with landscapes that are equally as large and fantastical. The scale of Alaska is hard to comprehend at times. In July of 2018, I was able to travel to Alaska via an Inside Passage Cruise, and we only saw a small part of Alaska, but yet is was HUGE! Our first stop on that cruise was Skagway, and this would be the furthest north we would go. During our stay in Skagway we did a photo tour excursion which took us around to the many sites of the Skagway and surrounding area. While our guide was there to help the more novice photographers, he did know where to take us so that us more experienced photographers could get some great shots. This image was taken at White Pass, actually just inside Canada in British Columbia. The lake is Summit Lake. Yes, the water is really that green color. The water gets the green color from the glacial run off. The field of view in the image is approximately 180 degrees, and the image is a composite panorama meaning that image is comprised of many smaller images stitched together to make the large image. I like doing this type of panorama as it results in very high resolution image. This image is comprised of 21 individual photos and has a resolution of 16258 x 4753.
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This piece was on display at PhysioCare Physical Therapy in Duvall, WA as a 10″ x 30″ Satin Silver Metal Print from February 2022 through May 2022.