We made our way south from Anchorage to Seward a couple of times along the Seward Highway. We stopped at several spots along the Turnagain Arm which is at the northern end of the Cook Inlet. Here is what you might see.
Turnagain Arm is famous for its tides and its mudflats. The highway has several turn outs with sweeping views. It was cold, raining, and overcast, so we mostly used our infrared cameras and converted the images to monochrome. Here are a few of our favoirtes.
I still have a few more blog posts about our Alaska trip. Search Alaska and you’ll see what we’ve been up to.
To see more of (and buy) our photographs, please go www.pamphotography.com.