The Aleutian Islands arc west into the chilly fog of the Bering Sea, providing nesting places in the cliffs for thousands of sea birds and haul-outs where seals give birth and mate. North of them the Pribiloffs and other rarely visited islands stretch toward the Bering Straits. These photographs illustrate the rich wildlife of "outer Alaska" as well as the settlements that are essential to America's fishing industry, with their history of Russian and Eskimo descendants.
After retirement from an East Coast career in state and local government human services programs, I have moved to California to be near my grandchildren. I now have the opportunity to travel the world to connect with people of many cultures.
Edward John Scarsella Published May 02, 2013
Venice in Winter Published January 20, 2011
Cuba Published January 13, 2011
Cuban Portraits Published January 06, 2011