Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, Alaska
Photographic Story The evening sky was turning pink so Niki and I went out on deck and were overwhelmed by the scene as we cruised by Mount Fairweather. I quickly ran back to the cabin and grabbed my camera. Fortunately, the Captain slowed the ship as we passed and I was able to capture the image. As I stood there watching the stunning beauty before me, I realized that it was Captain Cook who, on a rare clear day in 1773, named this mountain, Mt. Fairweather. And here I was, 242 years later, seeing the same mountains in the same pristine condition as they were in 1773. Digital – Archival Pigment Print This photograph was taken with a high-quality digital camera. The photograph is printed on an Epson Stylus 4800 or 11880 printer. Clyde uses archival Ultra-chrome K3 ink and prints on archival Harman Hahnemuhle paper. The limited edition photograph is then mounted and matted to current archival standards. Clyde signs and numbers the photograph.