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This is the aftermath of the great 1964 Alaska earthquake in an area located 30 and 40 miles southeast of Anchorage. The land areas around the head... more
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This is the aftermath of the great 1964 Alaska earthquake in an area located 30 and 40 miles southeast of Anchorage. The land areas around the head of Turnagain Arm near Girdwood and Portage dropped as much as 2.4 meters (8 feet) in what was once the forest, now fills with water at high tide.
Welcome to my natural world style of Fine Art Photography . I'm an amateur photographer who has a passion for taking photos of nature, wildlife, architecture and other venues. My intent as a photographer is to present an image that arouses the curiosity of the viewer and provokes the viewer to think, to ask a question or simply to gaze in thoughtful wonder. I believe that experiencing the Earth's beauty through photography will help nourish and unify us, on a personal and global level. I hope to contribute uplifting imagery that will inspire and nurture a sense of hope and affection for the natural world. Please feel free to visit my personal website "Focus To Frame" at www.focustoframe.com. Thank you for visiting and please...
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