I’ve been continuing on my venture of photographing sights around the Anchorage area. I shot a whole bunch over the long weekend. Here’s a couple images from the Eklutna Lake area just north of Anchorage. This lake is where Anchorage gets its drinking water. It’s surrounded by the Chugach Mountains and is a very popular place for camping, hiking, biking, x-c skiing, four-wheeling and more. I did a short hike and shot the aspen trees along the trail. I camped in our vintage VW bus and awoke at midnight-thirty and waited until 2:30 am for the northern lights … which did not appear. But I got some nice night-sky images of the stars. The next morning I woke up before the sun rose and shot it as it peaked over the Chugach range— with fog in the middle of the lake. Shortly after that, the fog began to just appear off of the shoreline and roll out onto the lake— which is where I shot the artsy fog and willows in the water image. A fun day-plus of shooting.