The coastal brown bears of Lake Clark National Park, and KATMAI NATIONAL PARK, are one of Alaska’s true wonders. This area is home to the largest population of brown bears on the planet.
Alaska’s Coastal Brown Bears are the largest land based predator on earth. Large males regularly grow to over half a ton. During the summer of 2021 I was fortunate enough to spend about a week with these amazing animals in these two areas and were able to photograph them in the meadows of sedge, clamming on the beaches and fishing during the salmon run in Brooks Falls.
These images are full of vibrant detail, and printed large format, will make an unmatched impression for those who visit your home or office.
The One That Got Away- Brooks Falls, Alaska$750.00 – $2,750.00
A Family Tradition$750.00 – $2,750.00
Beach Beauty$750.00 – $2,750.00
Beach Strut$750.00 – $3,850.00
Patiently Waiting- Brooks Falls, Alaska$750.00 – $2,750.00
Kissing Puffins$750.00 – $2,750.00
Flight Of The Puffin$750.00 – $2,750.00