Six minutes of fame on the BBC

November 24, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Hi Everyone, Under the Glaciers EdgeUnder the ice overhangThe ice is sculpted by the wind and warmth. The incredible blue color is not 'photoshop' but what you would actually see if you were there with me. Note the long scratches in the boulder I'm kneeling on, from wear of decades of glacier ice moving across it.

As winter has finally tightened it's grip on Alaska I now have time to look back fondly on the summer of 2015.  Other than nearly breaking my leg on a slip and fall at work, the highlight of my summer may have been one particular trip into Prince William Sound with a BBC film crew.  As a result of my flying them around for a few hours and being interviewed, they came up with this short six minute video.

You can never be sure what will be the end result after the editing process but what I am particularly happy about with this piece is the underlying tone of discovery and respect for Nature.  If you are at all thinking about taking a trip to Alaska and want to do some extraordinary off the beaten path shooting with someone who knows his way around this part of Alaska, then drop me an email or contact Rust's Flying Service (907-243-1595) and tell them you want to set up a Photo Safari with Mark.

Here's the link to the BBC piece. Let me know what you think.

Mark

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02vzcld

 

 


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