Clouding Up in Alaska

I’ve gotten a little off track with the blog, but am getting back in the swing of things now. I’ll be continuing the posts on Alaska and then will tackle the Norway trip with other stuff mixed in.

After our land tour, we boarded the ship near Whittier, Alaska, and sailed through water that looked like this:

alaska_glacier_water_web

Sometimes the water looked blue-green and other times it looked like this:

alaska_blue_water_web

Soon we were looking at mountains and inlets and beautiful cloud formations….

alaska_clouds_web

alaska_cloudy_web

alaska_mtns_web

alaska_cloud_reflection_web

This went on for hours. I’ve been to a few places, and have never seen anything like this. If you can, visit Alaska. You won’t be sorry.

Great weekend, everyone. And a shout-out to all the new followers! I really appreciate your taking the time to visit to this blog.

{carole}

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12 Responses to Clouding Up in Alaska

  1. Caroline says:

    Those clouds. Like horses or chariots. They are fascinating.

  2. bonniegunkel says:

    Beautiful! Those clouds are amazing!

  3. I want to inhale those photos. The air and water look so clear. I’ve always wanted to visit Alaska.

  4. So beautiful, Carol, thank you for sharing.

  5. anroworld says:

    Clouds, eternal wanderers! So beautiful! Happy weekend to you too, dear Carole!

  6. joshi daniel says:

    so beautiful and loved those colors 🙂

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