Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Cold Icy Trip

     Have been wanting to post photos from my trip to/from Anchorage weekend before last. Not a lot of sun and temps were well below zero, but I still had fun taking a few shots stopping both ways, either at the Kenai Ferry Lookout by the confluence of the Russian River or at Tern Lake and the Rest Stop where we view the spawning salmon in August. 
     I took note of which camera I used... hoping to figure out if I should keep the Panasonic Lumix with the telephoto... how I am leaning; and, I am still trying to adapt to the Sony Nex7.

[Remember to click on the photos for a better view.]

Panasonic Lumix








Sony Nex7






10 comments:

vicki said...

Karen- what a beautiful frozen world you have captured-- your photos are stunning. Brrrr though-- do you ever get used to those temperatures???
Xo
Vicki

Nizz said...

Gorgeous! I miss those cold days, that beautiful drive, and you! I love the photo of the ice that looks like greyhounds or deer running! You are such a artist, the way you "see". Love to you this holiday season.....

Christine Nees said...

Such a beautiful place for photos (Tern Lake).
Love the photos!!!
Chris :o)

Lost Aussie said...

Lovely images Karen.

Sherrie {Bird Lady} said...

We are very frozen here in Washington too.

Great Eagle capture!

Michelle said...

I lovelovelove my Panasonic Lumix camera!

Carole said...

The pictures are gorgeous Karen. I LOVE Alaska, it's beauty is captivating. Thanks for dropping by to say hello. Having trouble with joining to so I will be back!

Mosaic Magpie said...

FANTASTIC photos!
Deb

Maggie said...

Stunning captures, truly breathtaking.

Roxanne said...

Love my Panasonic Lumix.