Winter along the mighty Kenai River

Posted: Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Professionals call them "photo-ops," for shutterbugs it's simply getting lucky, and for anyone with a camera they are "Kodak moments."

The world class beauty of the Kenai Peninsula combined with weather conditions that have created a postcard perfect winter wonderland have made this a season for capturing Alaska at her majestic best. From Bald Eagles perching amongst winter lace, to moose munching in back yards, to Jack Frost feathering a Sourdoughs mustache while the Kenai River chokes with ice, this is a time to keep your camera near and to impress friends and relatives in the lower 48 with what they are missing by only visiting Alaska in the summer.



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