Here’s a photo from the Glacier Gardens in Juneau, an odd little rain forest paradise. Privately-owned and created, it’s an unexpected little gem we visited on a gloomy day. The light wasn’t good but on a sunny day it would have been glorious. They are famous for their upside-down tree planters, one pictured here.
Here’s a view of the cluttered harbor at Ketchikan, the self-proclaimed salmon fishing capital of the world.
Here are my fellow travelers – brother-in-law Dave, Kathryn, and Dave’s wife Denise. They were thrilled to be there.
All in all, I’m *really* not happy with the AK pictures. I’m not getting the results I wanted with the new gear. Just like golf, I know that the fault lies with the human, not the gear. I’m finding the Fuji system very hard to master.