This summer my family and I took a three week trip to Alaska. We spent time in Haines, which I wrote about here and hiked the Chilkoot that you can read more about here.
Part three of our Alaskan adventure was spent in Juneau, visiting the state capitol, hiking, whale watching and discovering an incredibly lush city by the sea.
This new one of a kind micro collection was built from materials purchased on the trip, as well as found objects and cut stones that spoke to me in color and pattern about our experiences.
All of the photographs featured are by my husband Brian who was in picture taking heaven!
I hope you enjoy this little tour in photographs and jewelry.
Pictured above is Mud Bay where we spent the first week of our trip, gazing across the tidal plain at the jagged peaks and massive glacier.
Salmon Spawning, Juneau, Alaska
Tlingit textile art from the SeaAlaska Heritage Institute, Juneau, Alaska
Bald Eagles, Juneau, Alaska
Fishing at Amalga Harbor, Alaska
Juvenile Bald Eagle, Juneau, Alaska
Sheep Creek, Juneau, Alaska
Tongass National Forest , Juneau, Alaska