As promised, Alaska part II. Pictured above is the hike we took through the beautiful forests in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and the fishing village along the Homer Spit. After our shoot in the farm pictured below, we jumped in the car and heading down the spit. Along the road were cute little seafood restaurants, shops and the home to many fishing boats. The seashore filled with beautiful pebbles, long grasses and wild flowers. A view of snow capped mountains and a glacier in the distance.
We were lucky enough to get to see all the fishing boats coming in after a long day out at sea. Huge salmon and halibut were hung and photographed by the tourists who caught them. We watched these young men break down fish faster then I've ever seen before (even the restaurants I've worked in, though I've never met the dude at Le Bernardin who's a known legend). We really enjoyed Homer and I would recommend it if fishing is your thing. I wish we had spent a little more time exploring there but what we did see was really beautiful. A local compared Homer as the San Francisco of Alaska, Soldotna like Wisconsin. I dont know what I think about that but I truly do think its one of the most beautiful places on earth. Alaska in the summer time is truly lovely.