Juneau, Alaska.

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Juneau, Alaska.

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First post for a long while. A lot's happened since my last update including a move to Juneau, Alaska.

Here's a few from work taken since my move up to the 'frozen north'

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737-400 freighter

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737-400 Combi. Departing Juneau for Petersberg

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10 more feet. Capatain keeps a keen eye on the ramper with the wands.

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The first Alaska Airlines Q400 to land in the State of Alaska.

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Juneau approach down the channel.

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Winter Op's

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and here's one from my last visit to Seattle. The latest Alaska Airlines logo-jet "Spirit of the Islands"
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Im not a fan of airliners, and even less of a fan of the 737, but the first picture is fantastic :clap:

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Cracking set bet there is some interesting approaches there

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These are rather excellent, just look at those conditions!

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The first shot is superb :clap:

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Great backdrops again and really like the first shot. Great to see the logojet in the last shot too.

I visited Juneau with a friend in 2003 and kayaked around the islands for a few days. Breathtaking scenery. We arrived on the Alaska.dotcom 'reverse colours' logojet and went out on a 737-200 combi, and did some local flying in a DHC-2, so many great memories.

Living in Juneau you're on the doorstep of some incredible country.

Thanks for sharing!

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First image is very striking. Great photograph.
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First images is brilliant!
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