A 60-day photo journey through Alaska
Ryan Summerlin March 8, 2013
Richard and Beth Seeley present a slide show of their 60-day photography adventure through Canada and Alaska at 7 p.m. today at the North Branch Library, 651 Center Circle in Silverthorne.
The Seeleys traveled from Silverthorne to Denali and back by R.V. in the fall of 2012, covering a total of 8,700 miles, including nine ferry ports and six national parks in the United States and Canada.
“Some of the highlights of this trip included seeing Denali at sunrise with no clouds, searching and finding Dall sheep at Savage River in Denali National Park and seeing for the first time and photographing a great gray owl in Yellowstone,” said Richard Seeley, who is a professional wildlife photographer and frequent contributor to the Summit Daily. “We also saw orcas off Vancouver Island and grizzlies, moose and caribou in Denali National Park.”
The Friends of the Libraries presents these free talks as part of fundraising efforts to help the libraries purchase books and other supplies. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter or call Janet Good at (970) 468-5887 for information on the series or to participate in future slide shows.