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  • Ruth Gruber, 50 Years of Photos, 100 Years of Life

    Ruth Gruber, 50 Years of Photos, 100 Years of Life
    Ruth Gruber, Photojournalist is an exhibition at the International Center of Photography in New York. The event introduces her as one of the twentieth century’s great humanitarians and photojournalists.
  • Shrine of St. Therese - Juneau, Alaska

    Shrine of St. Therese  - Juneau, Alaska
    Here are some shots from the scenic and inspiring Shrine of St. Therese, located a few miles "out the road" in Juneau, AK. If you're looking for serenity and solitude to ponder about life lessons, then this is certainly the place!
  • The Ruins of the Treadwell Mine Douglas Island, Alaska

    The Ruins of the Treadwell Mine Douglas Island, Alaska
    Exploring the ruins of the Treadwell Mine on Douglas Island, Alaska.
  • Ketchikan, Alaska

    Ketchikan, Alaska
    In August 2007, I swam around Pennock Island in Alaska, with my best friend Cheryl to raise money for diabetes. The swim was 8 miles and we each did 4. We spent a week in Ketchikan, unusual for visitors there, as most visitors come through on apartment-sized cruise ships for just an afternoon. We ended up befriending some local people who shared some of their lives with us - Rich the water taxi driver was one of the most memorable. He had us over to his home for a fish dinner fresh from the sea, and took us on several boat rides.
  • Seward

    Seward
    Seward Alaska lies right along the coast of the halibut capitol of the world. This means a lot of boats and a lot of fishermen (fisher people for the politically correct). A tiny little town with a lovely cosy atmosphere. For those touring Alaska, this is should be a definite location. If the skies are clear, which is rare for this part of the world, one can see the Fjords national park that lies across the bay. One can book a cruise or a tour from the park headquarters in Seward for a closer look at the walls of ice.