San Diego Real Estate Voice : January 2011

Aerial View of Ketchikan, Alaska

Aerial View of Ketchikan, Alaska

While on my Alaskan cruise, at the port in Ketchikan, I took a side excursion by seaplane through the Misty Fjords. This was the view on the return trip taken from the window of the seaplane as we came into land just ahead of the Cruise Liners. It was an amazing journey that provided many memories never soon forgotten. I found this photo today as I was organizing my travel photos and thought this shot of the port would be fun to share. Taken with an Exilim point and shoot camera.

Ketchekan Alaska

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Comment balloon 26 commentsWilliam Johnson • January 29 2011 10:46PM
Aerial View of Ketchikan, Alaska
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