Gustavus photographer, Kim Heacox's stunning photos and accompanying essay celebrate this legendary sheltered waterway, one of the world's longest.
A portfolio of essays and images by Gustavus photographer, Kim Heacox dedicated to the quality of light on Alaska landscapes, wildlife, and people.
"Treasures of Alaska celebrates the many lives and unique landscapes that make up the vast and storied land in this latest addition to the National Geographic Destinations series. From the beauty and solitude of Alaska? s mountain ranges and lush forests to the awesome power of its glaciers and volcanoes, this book offers an astonishing combination of prose and photographs that fires the imagination and seizes the eye.
Over 130 images, paired with essays from Juneau author, Nick Jans, record the splendor of this great American wilderness. From intimate singular images to hauntingly beautiful landscapes, Alaska finds new expression under the artful lens of Art Wolfe.
Exquisitely captured by Gustavus photographer, Kim Heacox, luminous photos pay homage to one of the world's longest sheltered inland waterways.
Renowned nature photographer Art Wolfe presents an ode to the untamed majesty of our largest state in this striking collection of images. Alaska Wild showcases all of the natural territory in this region -- some of the most beautiful and unspoiled places in the country: the Inside Passage, Denali National Park, Brooks Range, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Tongass National Forest, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Kenai Peninsula, and Glacier Bay. Here are photographs of sea lions swimming in Glacier Bay, grizzlies catching salmon at Katmai Peninsula, and humpback whales surfacing at Point Adolphus.