ALASKA: THE KENAI PENINSULA
To see the Kenai Peninsula of South-central Alaska from above is to witness a drama and to experience the most extreme of nature’s call to be wild. Aerial shots of the 150-mile long peninsula offer the opportunity to appreciate not only it’s awesome length but also it’s diverse and complicated landscape. From the glacier-encrusted Kenai Mountains to the Skilak Lake to Kenai River teeming with salmon, the landscape changes remarkably from one shot to another.
Despite its changing faces and moods, one thing remains consistent—the Kenai Peninsula beckons every observer to observe, to drink color and to embrace the wild.