“Tongass Narrows” (featured in the first episode of “Painting Journeys”) was from a photo I had taken in Ketchikan, AK. What a beautiful and peaceful trip it was. Traveling there on a large car ferry, up through the “inside passage” gave me the opportunity to see some awe inspiring scenery. There was a large, glassed in, viewing deck in the front of the ferry. I spent most of my time there, watching for whales and seeing the tiny little villages with their quaint lighthouses go by. I felt the presence of peace on that journey. I loved the natural and untamed feel to all that I saw. Tongass Narrows is just south of Ketchikan right on the Pacific Ocean. Ketchikan is one in a string of small islands. You cannot drive there as there are no roads in or out. Only by boat or plane can you visit.
To view the “Painting Journeys” episode of “Tongass Narrows” please go to http://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T01862&video=153028