Thursday, February 7, 2008

Tongass Narrows

Southeast Alaska is a diverse, maritime environment, whose shores are dotted with small communities that live a life connected to the sea in some fashion. The Tongass Narrows divides Revillagigedo Island (the island where Ketchikan is located) from Prince of Wales Island. Evening sunsets along its calm waters are splendid (although they may be few) and many locals enjoy access points for hikes and quiet evening moments.

Sunset along the Tongass Narrows, Southeast, Alaska.
Canon 1Ds Mark II, 24-105mm f4.0L IS, 1/100 sec, @ f4.0, ISO 200

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