ALASKA’S TRACY ARM FJORD

During the Summer of 2016, Munko embarked on an Inspiring Adventure up the Best Coast of the United States - traveling pretty much as far north as it goes. Venturing on a small Vessel, he toured and photographed the incomparable Tracy Arm Fjord in Juneau Alaska, and captured it's picturesque landscapes in Full-Spectrum. These photographs were quite unique, as he was equipped with a custom modified Full-Spectrum FujiFilm X-T1 IR, a grip of LifePixel Super-Color Infrared Filters and some Vintage Nikon Manual Focus lenses - together producing some fiercely psychedelic and experimental palettes that portrayed the scenery in an entirely new light. Named after navy secretary Benjamin Franklin Tracy, the fjord is over 30 miles long and over a fifth of it is covered in ice.

Photography: GMUNK

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