I received a random note via Twitter that perhaps I should submit some of my paddling photos to the Panasonic Lumix Life photography competition (I use a Panasonic Lumix FT1 waterproof camera). And since I’ve just returned from my paddling expedition to Alaska, I thought it would be great to put in a selection of these photos for public viewing, and hopefully full public display if I get in the top 50 entries.
Please have a look at my gallery and click the “Full Screen” button to see them in their full un-edited full-rez glory (the only time you’ll ever see the Alaskan shots at this resolution). And then if you like them, please click on the Vote button (looks like a Tick) and give me your vote.
Remember, one vote can make all the difference. Thanks kindly! 🙂
I voted for you. Great job on the photos. I especially liked the one with the kayak on the gravel beach. Looks like a great time. Good luck!
Thanks Derek, appreciate the vote! Yeah, that rocky beach was the original glacial morraine and separated the lake from the Pacific Ocean! Gives you some idea how much the glacier has retreated. – FP
Just voted for you babe, these photo’s are brilliant,that one of the Alaskian Train reflection is spectacular – perhaps send some of these to the Alaskian tourism authority for any marketing…at a fee of course :0). x Jen
Thx Jen! Will do on the Alaskan photos… 😉