We begin our final full day in Alaska with an excellent breakfast at the Mat-Su Family Restaurant in Wasilla, a pleasant but otherwise unremarkable place, save for the fact that we realise it’s the first real diner we’ve encountered in a little over ...
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I have been documenting America’s roads, landscapes, signage and history for many years and my photography can be found on CDs, magazines, websites, and book covers.
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This is our penultimate day and, like yesterday, is really just dedicated to getting from A to B which in this instance is Soldotna, on the central west portion of the Kenai Peninsula, to Wasilla, in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley north of Anchorage, a ...
Once again we wake to brilliant sunshine and a crisp blue sky, the perfect end to our short but unforgettable stay on Homer Spit. We’re in no hurry to get off – our destination, a cabin just outside Soldotna, is little more than 75 miles north, a ...
one year, three trips
It’s not every year you get to take three separate road trips in a single year, but 2019 proved exceptional, with a sea, snow and trees trip to California; the best part of a month in Alaska; then a couple of days in and around Death Valley, tagged onto the end of a trip with a client.
Most of these will probably end up on galleries anyway but for the moment, this seems like a nice concise summary of a truly memorable year.