Bird Point at Turnagain ArmBird Point at Turnagain Arm is about halfway from Anchorage to Seward, Alaska. A wonderfully beautiful and serene setting on a beautiful morning.
'Bird Point at Turnagain Arm'
60" x 16" Panorama on HD Metal
Driving from Anchorage, Alaska to Seward, Alaska - before going out on a 45' boat for the next 5 days in Kenai Fjords National Park - INCREDIBLE - we stopped at Bird Point at Turnagain Arm, one of two narrow branches of water at the north end of Cook Inlet in the Gulf of Alaska.
It was a wonderful clear morning in Alaska and this scene was just so serene and beautiful.
This image is the result of my capturing 5 images left to right, with each one overlapping the next image for maximum resolution. This was shot with a 47 megapixel Lumix S1R full frame mirrorless camera.
These were later stitched together in Photoshop to create this stunning 60" x 16" panorama.
The resulting image is 18,000 pixels long x 4,800 pixels high = 86,400,000 total pixels,
which equals 90,000 pixels per square inch! The details throughout this panorama are incredible.
This would be perfect for any long space in a home - a staircase perhaps, or over a long sofa - or in an office setting - in a lobby, a conference room, or any office - or in a Restaurant!
Everyone who sees this unique, one-of-a-kind panorama will be blown away, literally.
Other sizes like 30" x 8", or 45" x 12" are available on HD Metal, too.
For more Kenai Fjords images. please visit www.davidandersonward.com/kenai_fjords
I also have a video/slideshow on YouTube at
Ideally viewed on a big screen TV with the lights off and the sound up a bit - and just Zen!