Does it Really Get THAT COLD in Alaska? (Re-post)

(Re-post from December 2010)

When talking to others about my photography adventures, the subject often gravitates to me being asked if it really does get THAT COLD in Alaska. Here’s a few images I made in the Chilkat River Valley during my last visit to Haines, Alaska, to photograph the bald eagles there … you tell me!

 

Chilkat River Valley

Snowy scene on the Chilkat River

Heavy frost on shrub in the Chilkat River Valley

Bald Eagle feather covered with frost

 

 

 

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  • Scott

    Cold can be harsh, but beautiful. Nice shots, Jim!

  • I very much agree, Scott! In fact, I love to shoot in winter … when conditions arise that add mood to the environment.