Alaska has countles examples of mountains that tower over glacial-fed lakes. The snow stays year-round on many of Alaska's mountains at the higher elevations.
A beautiful evening view of Anchorage, Alaska where civilisation meets the wild landscape.
Alaska teems with wildlife and is home to more wolves than any other state. These wolves are very clannish animals and also very dangerous.
The beauty of Alaska's mountain wilderness at dusk.
Much of Alaska is a glacial landscape. Glaciers are common and can even be seen very close to populated areas such as the Mendenhall glacier on the edge of Alaska's state capital, Juneau.
Admiralty Island is home to the most concentrated population of Kodiak Brown Bears in the world. They come down to the rapids and waterfalls of the rivers to fish during the salmon runs.