Cordova, Alaska
May 23-25, 2003
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I attended a photography workshop in Cordova with the Alaska Society of Outdoor and Nature Photographers. It was a great trip. On my way to Cordova I photographed the Columbia Glacier, the largest tidewater glacier in Prince William Sound. The only way to get to Cordova is by plane or boat. It's primarily a commercial fishing village.


Some of the native owned land between Valdez and Cordova has been logged quite heavily.


Here's the gang. We hired Roy Toft (left with the camera) as our instructor. He did a great job and everyone had a wonderful time. Not pictured is John and Deb. Photo by © John DeLapp.


Just down the road from our hotel the Orca Lodge was a popular hang out for Bald Eagles. Here I tried to play with the back light.


Saturday we drove the road to the Copper River. We encountered a pair of Trumpeter Swans in a small pond along the road.

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