We have been traveling to Alaska for almost 40 years. My father in law moved the family to Fairbanks in 1974 when he was a Chief Engineer for the construction of the Alaskan Pipeline. When the pipeline was completed they moved to Anchorage. My in-laws are no longer living but, we still have family in Anchorage. I have lost count of the number of times we have visited and are so fortunate to enjoy the beauty of Alaska. One thing I never tire of is the anticipation of possibly viewing Mt.Mckinley/Denali situated 133 miles from Anchorage. We usually are there in the summer or fall so odds of a completely clear day to see the mountain are only 33%. During all our visits I have seen numerous partial views but, only a hand full of full views. A full view literally can take your breath away it is just so magnificent. I wasn’t lucky enough to see any of the mountain this last trip in July but, in the lobby of our hotel were 3 beautiful photos of Mt.Mckinley/Denali in all its glory. I took this picture with this theme in mind “Frame Within A Frame”.
ISO 1250 Focal length 26mm Aperture f/5 Shutter speed 1/50