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September 13, 2008
Looking Up Turnagain Arm
|Camera||Canon PowerShot G9|
|Lens (35mm Equiv.)||Canon 7.4-44.4mm f/2.8-4.8 IS (35mm)|
|Exp. Prog. / Shutter @ Aperture||Aperture-priority AE / 1/150sec @ f/5.6|
|Metering w/Adj. @ ISO||Multi-segment w/-1 EV @ ISO 80|
Looking back over the totality of my Alaskan trip, visiting Bird Creek was the most disappointing. Perhaps it was the rain. Perhaps it was because I did not have any salmon fishing gear. Perhaps it was because the campground was situated between the highway and the train tracks.
Looking back at my photos of Bird Creek I can enjoy some of the scenery I took in at the time. If you hiked over the train tracks or down to the mouth of Bird Creek you would be rewarded with beautiful views of Turnagain Arm. I particularly liked this view for the weather in the distance—a feature typical it seems for Alaskan skies.
Posted by jordanh at September 13, 2008 1:34 PM |
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