Not a bad little view. This is in the Alaska Range, in the Kichatna Mountains. I took this picture last month while fly towards Farewell. Every time I fly by this peak I take a picture, and it is seldom disappointing. My 4 year old daughter could take a picture of this mountain, and it would look great. I don’t think you can go wrong with a camera when the landscape is this extreme. Here is a picture from the same mountain at a lower altitude. It’s actually one of my all-time favorites, and I have it blown up and hanging on the wall in my hangar.
I took this picture several years ago while looking for sheep. One of the greatest things about this job is that while the landscape stays the same, the perspective is always changing.