Many people think of Alaska as a cold place. And that’s certainly true much of the year. But our winter season varies greatly depending on where in Alaska you’re located. With 1450 miles measured from north to south, we can watch the temperatures decreasing slowly but surely from the top of the state in Point Barrow (aka: Nuvuk) to the bottom of our state in Southeast Alaska at Sitklan Island. But for many of us who live in Alaska winter is literally a wonderland.
I’ve been fortunate to photograph many areas of Alaska in the winter. I enjoy photographing the varied terrain of snow in the mountains and in the forest and along rivers and lakes. I am photographed in temperatures as long is 60 below zero.
The images you’ll see in this Alaska winter photo gallery are made of mountain ranges, creeks, rivers, glaciers, hoar frosted trees, fog, moonrises, alpenglow and much, much more.
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