Category Archives: Alaska Photography

Alaska aviation image of the day; Nov.3, 2017 – Aircraft photography Alaska

Photograph of an MD-11 on the FedEx ramp at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport with the Anchorage skyline appearing in the fog miles away. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Aviation image of the day Oct. 31

A Photograph of a Living Treasure-Col. Howard "Mike" Hunt, of Anchorage Alaska is the last surviving WWII pilot to have flown the Memphis Belle. Here Mike is holding a B-17 model of the same aircraft. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Alaska aviation image of the day: Oct. 3, 2017

A Cessna 185 taxis at dusk on Lake Hood Seaplane Base-PALH recently on a windless autumn evening. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto 2017
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Alaska aviation image of the day: Aug. 29

Aerial images of air cargo aircraft at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto @TSAIAirport #Alaska
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Alaska aviation image of the day 8-28-2017

Denali Air Piper Navajo over Denali National Park piloted by Bob Edison. Photo by Rob Stapleton/ Alaskafoto 2017
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Practice Burn and Cargo Jet

A Boeing 747 Cargo plane takes off over a practice fire at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) on May 3, 2017. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Sunset on an Executive Jet

A Walmart Executive jet rolls out of the ramp and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport as the sunsets to the west over the Cook Inlet. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Portrait of a jet with great imagery

Aircraft Portrait and Background Scenery – Alaska is huge; it’s the largest state in the U.S., twice the size of the second largest state of Texas. However, it’s also one of the least populated states, mostly filled with small communities and devoid of high rise buildings. This makes it the perfect photography destination for anyone […]

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Air to Air, or Ground to Air Photography: Some Notes

The natural function of the wing is to soar upwards and carry that which is heavy up to the place where dwells the race of gods. More than any other thing that pertains to the body it partakes of the nature of the divine.— Plato The man has always desired to fly. It has always […]

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Anchorage Airport Wins Air Cargo Awards

Award Winning Service and Location- The Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (TSAIA) has been awarded Air Cargo Excellence (ACE) Awards in three separate categories. TSAIA won the ACE Award for the best North American Airport, the Specialty Cargo Category, and the Platinum Award for airports with over 1 Million Tons Category. The Air Cargo Excellence […]

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