Daydreaming by Heather Genovese.

Photo By Heather Genovese
“In July 2017, I had a fantastic opportunity to spend a week in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska, for an exciting photography adventure,” says Heather Genovese.
“It was my first time visiting Alaska, and I immediately fell in love with the lush, pristine landscape.
One of the many highlights of the trip was watching these adorable cubs run and play.
They reminded me of when my siblings and I were kids. I could almost hear them say, ‘Mom, she’s picking on me!’ as they took turns pinning each other down. I was lucky enough to snap this shot as they took a very brief break from playtime to enjoy a moment of peace.”
Canon EOS 70D, Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD at 450mm. Exposure: 1/800 sec., ƒ/6.3, ISO 800.
See more of Heather Genovese’s work at momentsbyheathernicole.com.
Source: Last Frame: Daydreaming – Outdoor Photographer

Glaciers, Fjords & Wildlife.

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Harbor seals bask on an iceberg as the fog rolls in near Bear Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park. Photo credit: Jonathan Irish
A lot of people ask us what has been our favorite park so far this year and that question is practically impossible to answer because each park is so special in its own way.
Perhaps a better way to answer that question, or to even ask it of ourselves, is to tweak it a bit—“what park would you have wished you had more time to spend in and definitely want to go back to?”

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That seems more appropriate… Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska is definitely one of them.
This park and its surrounding area has some huge draws for the outdoor set—great camping, a cool local scene, and pristine Alaskan wilderness sprawling into the mountains and to the seas.
These are just a few of the reasons people want to visit the Kenai Peninsula.
The things that motivate us to return are the experiences had while there… once you experience the landscape, you will undoubtedly want to explore it more in a variety of different ways.
Source: Glaciers, Fjords, and Wildlife: 3 Adventures in Kenai Fjords National Park | The Huffington Post