An arch at the beginning of my recent trip to Byron Glacier.
Byron Creek fed by Byron glacier located in Portage, Alaska
Field of beauty
Beautiful field of lupine and false hellebore. Taken in Archangel valley,AK.
Bed of Lupine
Laying in the lupine to to get a shot of the midnight sunset colors along the Turnagain Arm, Alaska.
Field of Lupine bathing in the sunset light of Archangel Valley.
Ready for a hike
The beginning of Archangel valley hike. I arrived just in time to capture the sun before it dipped behind the mountains
Last light on the mountains
Last light on the mountains of Archangel valley
Last light on the valley
Last light on the of Archangel valley
Pieces from the past
An old wheel from the Fern mine located in Archangel valley, Alaska
What I believe to be Dogwood flowers on the hillside of Archangel valley, Alaska
A patch of False Hellebore I found on my hike of Archangel trail. This is a total of 6 images focused stack to make this one high resolution image
Read an article on "The Alaska Life" about Archangel road and all of the amazing trails located in the valley. I was only able to explore a small area near the end of the road before it got too late. This was shot at 11:45pm
The mudflats of 20 mile river
Wildflowers of alaska
LAyers of the mountain range along Turnagain Arm during sunset.
Deep field of Lupine at the foot of snow capped mountains in Portage, Alaska
Lost in the crowd
Lone wildflower lost in the crowd of Lupine. Taken along the Seward highway, Alaska
I had to quickly pull my camera out while waiting for my turn to go through the construction zone along the seward highway.
The last bit of sunlight colored the sky as I was taking photos of this patch of lupine a couple of nights ago.
www.traylor-photography.com With the setting sun to my back I captured a long exposure of 20 Mile River as the tide was coming in.
The sunset colors along the seward highway.
Seagulls nesting along the cliffs of Whittier
watering the daisies
soaking up the light