Rounding The Headland leaving Seward at Sunset

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Comments (12)

Steven on October 23, 2008

We sailed out of Seward at about 7-00pm in early May. The sun began to set just as we rounded the headland at the end of Ressurection Sound.

Sunpixx on October 25, 2008

Great! Really nice photo!

Greetings Sunpixx

Laurynas on March 1, 2009

Amazing view! Perfect shot :)

Greetings, Laurynas.

mokosha on June 27, 2009

Very, very good photos!

Regards, Tanja

Rita Eberle-Wessner on June 30, 2009

Great gallery!

C. Johnston on July 3, 2009

Very nice.


Steven on July 3, 2009

Hi Cathy. This was shot at about 10-00pm. It seemed a strange time of day for the sun to be still out but I was very happy to take advantage of it.

Thanks and regards from Ontario.

glasstadt galerie on November 22, 2009

Hello Steven,a very beautiful Light! Greetings from Germany-Christine

Steven on November 22, 2009

Hi Christine,

Thanks for the visit and comments. Both are much appreciated. I am really glad that you like this picture. I took it as our cruise ship left Resurrection Sound after leaving Seward Alaska. Believe it or not the picture was taken at about 10-30pm. It certainly opened my eyes as to how long the days are in Alaska in the summer.



Faintlightofdawn on March 28, 2010

The lighting is sumptuous Steven! Great shot! BEST OF

Kind regards, Fai

Steven on March 29, 2010

Hi Fai,

Thanks for the visit,comment and BO. A spring evening in Alaska. I took this picture at around 10-00 pm. It was just so good to look over the water still in daylight.

Kind Regards


fonehome1 on July 6, 2013

Beautiful lighting, color, depth, and composition. Nice! LIKED :)
Best wishes from a former Alaskan now living in Oregon,

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 23, 2008
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    by Steven
    • Taken on 2008/05/26 01:42:23
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/640)
    • Focal Length: 70.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/11.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash