Alaska “Glacial” – Denali and the Inside Passage
Date added: August 26, 2013
Filmed over 2 weeks in Alaska’s Denali National Park and the Inside Passage. The Mt. McKinley summit revealed itself on a lucky day – a massive white peak blanketed in clouds and snow. Rivers of ice curve around the surrounding peaks.
Denali literally translates to “The High One” and is the highest peak in North America. Bears, moose, sheep, and caribou inhabit the base.
Further South, I board a cruise-ship in Alaska’s Inside Passage into Glacier Bay and Hubbard Glacier. Glacier Bay is a surprisingly remote area, only reachable by sea or air and encompassed in emerald green waters from glacial melt. Hubbard Glacier is the largest coastal glacier in North America, a massive block of ice awash in a foggy seascape.
Shot on a Nikon D800, edited in Premiere and Panolapse.
Camera used for production: Nikon D800
Submitted by planet5D forum member: precip1ce