Alaska fishing Left


This is the infamous Ketchikan Creek Street, the "red light" district of the early part of the 19th century. Now a tourist destination. You can stand on the boardwalk and watch the salmon cruise right up the stream in the summer and fall.
Two things you MUST know: First, when viewing the panorama, click the Full screen icon on the bottom right of the picture. Secondly, I have many other really great panoramic photos.

This is a panoramic image taken with a special tripod head and high res camera by Scott Kemp. This is a 124.5 mega pixel image (Most consumer cameras are 5-10 mega pixels by comparison). For the best viewing experience, click on the Full Screen icon in the image. Then use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Click the image and drag the mouse to pan it. Also check out our other Panoramic Pictures. Enjoy!

The beach flats at Saltery Lodge.  There is a salmon stream right here and bears will typically walk right by here.
Beach Flats Panoramic Image

The view of Saltery Lodge from its dock.
Dock View Panoramic Image

This beautiful lake is in the Misty Fjords National Monument.
Manzanita Lake Panoramic Image

This was a winter shot of the lodge with only starlight and the ambient light of the lodge illuminating the ground and trees.
Saltery Lodge at Night Panoramic Image

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