Alaska - a documented journey

Alaska: A Documented Trip with VSCO

I recently returned from an excellent adventure in Alaska. The journey began with a flight to Vancouver, BC and onto a cruise ship sailing up the coast of Alaska, making several stops along the way. I can definitely recommend taking a cruise through Alaska if you ever choose to make the visit.

The following are a smattering of my photos from the trips, if you would like to see my account of the full photo journey (and other adventures), check out my VSCO page where I post the best-of-the-best photos from my explorations.

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Caleb Sylvest Photography | VSCO

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Caleb Sylvest Photography | VSCO

Caleb Sylvest Photography | VSCO

Caleb Sylvest Photography | VSCO

Caleb Sylvest Photography | VSCO

The following are a smattering of my photos from the trips, if you would like to see my account of the full photo journey (and other adventures), check out my VSCO page where I post the best-of-the-best photos from my explorations.

Go to VSCO →

I hope you enjoyed the journey as much as I did, feel free to reach out with questions or comments!

–Caleb

2 thoughts on “Alaska: A Documented Trip with VSCO”

  1. And so, the comments are working! Extremely jealous you got to visit Alaska – it is definitely on my list of places to visit (especially after watching Into the Wild)… How long did you spend cruising along the coast?

    You’ve got a great eye for photography, loving your VSCO grid. Hope to see more posts like this! :)

    1. Thanks Tee! The trip was ten days in total, including flights. We cruised with Princess Cruises for five days from Vancouver north along the Alaskan coastline making several stops along the way. If you visit Alaska I do recommend a cruise as it makes travel easy and takes some of the planning burden off your shoulders. When we departed from the cruise we traveled to the Denali Forest National Park, a very beautiful area where we saw a ton of wildlife (including a bear kill and eat another bear!).

      We also saw the area where Into the Wild took place and the guides gave us more information on the story of Christopher McCandless.

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