“Closing In” A Brown Bear closing in on a Silver Salmon, Lake Clark National Park, Alaska. Can you see the splash from the escaping silver salmon? The post Closing In! appeared first on Photo Blog – Niebrugge Images.
Travel blogger Katie Bell visited Seward this summer and posted about her experience, and its all good: http://theworldonmynecklace.com/2015/10/05/seaside-seward-and-riding-the-alaska-railroad/
From John Coffey: “I put this compilation together. Mostly taken right here in Seward over the last 3 years. Enjoy!” To see more of Johns work, visit his web site: http://www.oceanadventurevideo.com/
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – A cozy scenic gem lies just 12 water taxi miles away from Seward. Kayakers Cove, a hostel and paddlers’ paradise owned and run by Mike and Raylene O’Connor since 1998, is not for everyone. Only those hardy adventurous souls who love to kayak in an incredibly scenic area and who don’t mind the more […]
Despite a high of 64º yesterday, beautiful fall colors on the surrounding mountainsides wordlessly speak of falling temperatures. Look for termination dust when the clouds lift!
SEWARD, Alaska – Seward City News reporter Rick Smeriglio captured President Obama’s announcement from Seward, that the USA needs more icebreakers plying the Arctic Ocean.
SCN will have exclusive coverage coming later this evening.
I have had a lot of fun this past week traveling between Ketchikan and Seward as part of an assignment for Petro Marine Services / Shoreside Petroleum. I wrapped it up last night with my favorite kind of photography – working from a helicopter with the doors off!
Last night, Seward, Alaska. Here is a first – I photographed the aurora last night for over an hour in shorts and flip-flops! Far cry from my typical aurora clothing where I’m more likely to be in bunny boots! Only a couple of people in the entire campground had any idea this was happening overhead last night at 2:00 a.m. […]
By Steve Fink for SCN – To see just the highlights of the 2015 Mount Marathon Race in pictures, go here. Seward City News, with the support of Seward Brewing Company, was able to shoot over 3,500 pictures for this year’s event. In the image gallery below you will find 888 pictures of a large portion of the 2015 Mount Marathon […]
By Steve Fink for SCN – Below is the highlights reel for this year’s Mount Marathon Race. Seward City News, with the support of Seward Brewing Company, was able to shoot over 3,500 pictures for this event. Beneath this summary you will find an image gallery that displays just a fraction of these images; the shots of some of the top runners […]
Today at 1 pm, two massive, fire-fighting Blackhawk helicopters thundered down the Resurrection River valley from Cooper Landing to the Seward Airport. Large, orange, expandable water buckets dangled on long cables. Airport fuel manager Denny Hamilton said Seward was a better choice than Soldotna due to the smoke from all the fires. Each Blackhawk takes 300 gallons and burns about 140 […]
Bear Lake Lodgings B&B visitors took these nice wildlife photographs of a mother moose and her two young calves.
Unexpected solar storms treated Seward to a pretty good light show on late tuesday night / early wednesday morning. […]
Skier/Photographer Jason Scheben took this amazing shot while skiing down mount marathon on Friday. Click to see the full size image.
Brittany Casey Hansen of Seward recently caught a photo of this golden eagle at the Seward Small Boat Harbor. Entered into a photo contest at Alaska.org, you can support a local photographer here by submitting your vote: http://www.alaska.org/photo-contest/anchorage-airport/entrant/brittany-casey-hansen.
What a brilliant, blue sky day today and what a contrast to yesterday’s storm! The early morning fog soon burned off, and the fresh snow on the mountains sparkled. Hoards of kittiwakes surged after herring in the calm bay, like a feathered blizzard, and bald eagles grabbed fistfuls of the silvery fish. This day was a fabulous St Patty’s Day treat! […]
I counted over 30 Bald Eagles fishing and feasting on herring in the middle of Rez Bay this afternoon. Some were mere specks high in the blue sky. The powerful wind allowed these giant birds to hover effortlessly, waiting for the herring to rise within reach, then they snatched fistfuls of the silvery little fish. Up they rose, munched on herring […]
Image submitted by Kyle Campbell of 9oh7photography
The NOAA fisheries and oceanographic vessel Oscar Dyson arrived in Seward from Ketchikan, but soon departed for its home port of Kodiak. Built in 2005, it measures 63×15 m (206.7′ x 49.2′), 2218 gross tonnage. By comparison, the ice capable research vessel Sikuliaq, now in its home port of Seward, is almost 55′ longer and 1,211 tonnes heavier at 79.71 x15m […]
By Jason Aigeldinger for SCN – Bob Shafer of the Seward Journal wrote an excellent article highlighting Urbach’s 100th anniversary. Although there is some redundant information in the Q&A that follows below, I share with you the interview I did last month with Dorothy Urbach and her daughter Susan. I felt the frank wisdom and humor that shows through in […]
Several pods of 10-20 Dall’s Porpoises have been cruising Resurrection Bay the past few weeks. Watch for their characteristic “rooster tails” as they exuberantly speed through the water chasing fish and racing boats. Yesterday, the sun highlighted their spray, making them visible from Lowell Point to Fox Island. Submitted by Carol Griswold
Continuing strong north winds whipped up a frothing bay today. Despite the rough seas, two small fishing boats slammed through the waves to deliver their catch, safe in port. The US Coast Guard Cutter Mustang, also covered in freezing spray, returned home safe. Submitted by Carol Griswold