When we go on trips to exotic places, we're often asked, "what was it like?" Well, without my photos, I'm usually at a loss to explain. And I think I know why. What the people are asking is actually, "what did it feel like?" And even though I can be rather descriptive, I can never quite explain just how it felt without sharing "what did it look like?" These pictures are a case in point. They are all from our second trip to Alaska/Yukon, and are all taken with my "second" camera. Picture number 1 is from our boat, as we sailed the peaceful waters toward Alaska. Picture number 2 is from Ketchikan, almost deserted at 6:00 AM (you'll notice it's quite light out). Picture number 3 is a late evening shot of the waters of the Inside Passage. Pictures 4, 5 and 6 are from our excursion inland to Yukon, as is picture number 7 (one of my favorites). And picture number 8 is something of a summary of just what it felt like to be right there, next to one of the glaciers in College Fjord.