The weather on the edges of the day in Alaska tended to be overcast which meant the many mornings I woke up early to catch ‘perfect’ light didn’t turn into the images I envisioned. A good thing though was that on many of those mornings we were close to a shoreline which provided interesting landscapes to shoot at which is better than being out at sea with nothing but bay around you.
I forget which morning this was but as we sailed the Alaskan Coast I noticed a little cove tucked away with shorter jagged peaks in the distance. The low hanging clouds provided another interesting element that I could use to add some interest to the image. Given that the light was subpar I decided to post-process as a black & white image which made the clouds pop out a little more.