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Old Posted Sep 16, 2013, 8:34 AM
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Juneau--Alaska's Capital City

It's been years (easily) since I've posted a thread, for whatever reason. But, I think I'd like to try getting back into the game of doing it. Bear with me if there are any technical difficulties.

Without further ado, I bring to you a city not commonly seen on here: Juneau. This incredible little place of 32,000 packs a punch. It's a city where urban meets a vast (mind-blowing if you will) wilderness.






























































































All photos were taken by me in 2012/2013. Hope you enjoyed!
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Old Posted Sep 16, 2013, 2:30 PM
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Thanks for these pictures from Juneau and its surroundings. Enjoyed.

Very nice natural scenery. The pics of the three bears is lovely! I´ve never seen pics of Juneau. Beautiful as the whole state of Alaska!

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Very interesting. Thanks.

A black bear once ran across the highway in front of me, just like that. Except it was in Pennsylvania.
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Simply beautiful work of a beautiful city in a beautiful state.

Thank you!
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I don't think I've seen a thread on Juneau before. Looks pretty small but interesting.
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Old Posted Sep 16, 2013, 4:03 PM
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Small indeed, but the third largest in Alaska. As far as cities here concerned, this one's done right.
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Fascinating photos.
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Pretty good downtown for it's size.
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great stuff, man. i have a number of friends in portland who are from juneau, and while i've talked at length with them about it, i don't think i've seen too many photos of the place. would love to visit.

this one is great:

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Very interesting photo thread
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Nice pictures!

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this one is great:

That's what I thought too. It's like you could roll down the hill and land on top of a building.
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Too cool.
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Nice photos! Juneau, and Alaska in general, has interested me for a while. Thanks for posting!
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Wow, I'd love to get there some day soon.
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Looks pretty small but interesting.
Thats what she said.........

Very intriguing town. Never seen much from Alaska. Post some more.
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Awesome!! I'd love to live in a city with that level of wilderness right there.
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Amazing! I think what's possibly even more amazing is that this is a a state capital that is NOT connected to the rest of the continent by road. How insane is that.
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For years now, I've enjoyed much of your (and by your I mean just about everyone who has commented on the thread) photography on here quietly. I'm honored to receive such praise. It means a lot.
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Amazing thread!

Standing on the edge of those cliffs would make me shit a brick.
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I'd love to visit! Those mountains rising up right from town is so cool! It's more extreme than even Vancouver.
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