Blue Iris Photography's passion for landscape photography started in 2009 when Husband and wife team explored and saw the magnificent views of the Denali Mountain range. From that point forward they made it a point to capture the beauty of the mountain scenery during their hikes. Like some of the most amazing landscape photographers, Blue Iris puts in an amazing amount of effort into shooting these vistas by taking the paths less taken. Despite the tough climbs and freezing winds they go out of their way to photograph these stunning images.
Bear lake reflections
A beautiful, 2-mile-long lake that’s a popular place to come for activities year-round. In summer, you’ll find kayakers, canoers, and paddle boarders, as well as the Kenai Cruisers Rowing Club, which uses the lake for daily practices and a yearly rowing regatta. Come in the evening and you’ll have a better chance of seeing black or brown bears at the salmon-spawning spring, which is located about 1/3-mile north of the parking lot, on the lake’s east side. And the odds are good that you’ll see some eagles; plenty of them frequent the lake area and the salmon-spawning stream.
seward in the summer
Seward sits on the edge of Resurrection Bay, a deep fjord carved out by a glacier thousands of years ago. High above the town, almost 40 glaciers flow down from the Harding Icefield in the Kenai Mountains.
Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles long, up to 18 miles wide, and a mile deep. Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size