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Property Photos

Pictures of the property at Saltery Lodge.

The graveyard on the property that has old graves from the cannery days.
Historic Graveyard Panoramic Image

The waterfall on the Saltery Lodge property.
Waterfall 360 Panoramic Image

The sun deck showing the view of Naha Bay as well as our view of the tidal flats.
Sun Deck Panoramic Image

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


Our Alaska waterfall in the late sun.  The long time exposure makes for a dramatic creamy look.
Our Waterfall

The waterfall captured with a 20 second exposure.
Our Waterfall - Long Exposure

Once of the graves on our historic grave site.
Not forgotten

Indian paintbrush in bloom in front of the lodge. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in southeast Alaska.
Indian Paintbrush

A tree that looks like it is guarding the stream in the Tongass National Forest.
Guardian

This rock sits alone and obvious in the wake of the waterfall.
Lone Red Rock

One of the boilers left from the cannery days. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in southeast Alaska.
Old Boiler

This pipeline supplied the cannery with water.
Old Pipeline in the Forest

Spire on the Creek
Spire on the Creek

A time lapse with Chris at the Waterfall
Chris at Waterfall

Looking from the lodge over to the Naha River entrance.  This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in southeast Alaska.
Lodge beach

An old snag that looks like a whale.
Wooden Whale

Foam coming from the Naha river system.
Foam coming from river

Our waterfall as viewed at the dead of night.  I used a flashlight to "light paint" the near field for a couple seconds during a long 6 minute exposure.
Winter Waterfall at Night

The sun setting past Donelley point in December.  This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in southeast Alaska.  The snow was about two feet thick.
Winter Sunset

The waterfalls lit by the sun.  This was taken from the property at Saltery Lodge in Alaska.
Sunlit Falls

When some trees were logged over a century ago to construct the cannery, some stumps still show the springboard cuts that were made. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in Alaska.
Springboard cuts

Abandoned on the beach many years ago.
Old Steam Tug

The outer dock has been pulled out for the winter.
Dock and Pier

Looking from the front door of Saltery Lodge, in southeast Alaska.
Front Porch

Postcard perfect picture of the community next to the lodge.  This area used to house the employees of the saltery. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in southeast Alaska.
Loring at Winter

When it freezes for a week or two, the falls turn solid. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in southeast Alaska.
Frozen Falls in January

Low Tide at Lodge
Low Tide at Lodge

This stream is on the property and can get thousands of salmon and many bears each year.  This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in Alaska.
Salmon Stream

The forest has a beauty all of its own. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in Alaska.
Forest Floor

The property holds an old graveyard with graves over a 100 years old, which is very old for Alaska. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in Alaska.
Falling from aloft

There are lots of trees like this on the property that are hundreds of years old.
Old Growth


Waterfall

This old growth tree is laying across a creek.
Old growth down

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