Categories Gallery Flying to Camp in Alaska Post author By Matt Post date June 27, 2011 7 Comments on Flying to Camp in Alaska First day in Alaska, flying toward start point on the Canning River in the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve. Chip Giller 3 Comments 2 Comments 1 Comment Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← A WordPress Filesystem → Alaska Day 2 7 replies on “Flying to Camp in Alaska” Pretty cool! That plane doesn’t need much for a runway does it? No it was amazing to me how quickly it took off. Great video and pictures. Enjoy your adventure. That is a cool plane. I like the chunky(?) design. Also, interesting how the sync between your camera shutter and the propellor movement created the optical illusion. If you could speed up your camera it would make the propellor appear to be motionless, as if you were flying without the engine. Matt, amazing scenery here, looks like you need some great outdoors to cool off from extensive work done on 3.2.1, by far the best version we have seen. Whilst getting acquainted with bears and wolves, post your pics! We enjoy hearing, seeing more! Your faithful wp fan, H (back home melting away) P.S.:comparing scenery similar to Tibet – aheneghana[dot]photoshelter[dot]com I loved the view while the plane was taking off. That must have been one of the adventurous experience. I spent the past ten years in Interior Alaska, but recently moved to Wisconsin. Your pictures and video make me miss home. Great stuff. Matt: It looks like you had a great trip to Alaska. I’ve lived here for almost 15 years and have loved every moment of it. Lots of land to explore. We’re starting to put together a WordPress meetup group in Anchorage and hope to have a WordCamp up here next summer. Comments are closed.