24 hours of time lapse, lots of clouds and tide movment
RZR 900 XP north of Discovery Campground north of Nikiski, AK.
Monarch. HD Video by Petty Officer 1st Class Sara Mooers | U.S. Coast Guard District 17 | Date: 01.15.2009. ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The Coast Guard, Alaska Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Ocean Marine Services, Alaska Chadux, CISPRI and Cook Inlet Regional Citizen's Advisory Council are coordinating the response effort to the sinking of the motor vessel Monarch in Cook Inlet. The vessel reported taking on water at approximatley 5:51 a.m. Thursday while located at the Granite Point oil platform in Cook Inlet near Nikiski, Alaska. The vessel sank completely by about noon. Responders are assessing the situation. Coast Guard Video / PA1 Sara Francis. More military & aviation videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/okrajoe
Cruising the 4x4 eagle on beach at low tide in Kenai Alaska
Here's the Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet near Anchorage Alaska at low-tide. The tide goes in and out twice a day and in the winter it leaves car and truck sized ice chunks behind. Beautiful foggy day in Alaska!!
Venturing out below the high tide line in search of some cool aerial shots.
The Barren Islands, only 60 miles from Homer, Alaska and part of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, are the largest seabird colony in the northern Gulf of Alaska. The Barrens are between the tip of the Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak where strong currents merge creating severe tides and rich upwellings that provide plentiful food for all the diverse seabirds and marine mammals of the Barrens.
Cook Inlet off the shore of Nikiski
Just a little taste of the chopper ride to and from Alaska's Cook Inlet. Had some good times and made some good friends. Gonna be missed. Wish everyone the best.
Fishing off the beach in Homer, Alaska for a variety off bottom fish. The fishing was insane, getting fish on just about every cast for the two hours we were there. The fish in this video shows about 1/2 to 2/3 of what we actually caught. We were using strips of dead squid for bait, starting on a low tide and fishing through the incoming tide. It was an awesome experience and we got to check out a few new species! Whatdafunk by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/