South of Anchorage, Alaska, sits the massive 150 mile long Kenai Peninsula. The eastern half contains Chugach National Forest. South of the forest is the fishing town of Seward, which doubles as the starting point of the Iditarod Trail. Further south along the coast is the Kenai Fjords National Park, where a few dozen glaciers flow off of the Harding Icefield into the frigid waters of the Gulf of Alaska. Heading west out of the mountains, cross the Kachemak Bay over to the town of Homer. North of Homer are the lowlands of the peninsula, where glacial deposits formed the landscape. This landscape is punctuated by the Tustumena Glacier and Lake. Check out the complementary map for Tustumena Lake as well.
A note about frames: We have had great success with Studio Décor Belmont frames from Michael's. Both 18" x 24" and 24" x 36" frames can be purchased here.
Notes about prints:
- Printed on an Epson Stylus Pro 7900
- Using Epson UltraChrome HDR ink-jet technology
- Paper is 10.3 mil thick Heavyweight stock Epson Enhanced Matte Paper
- Maps are shipped rolled
- Maps are printed full bleed, but provide a 1/2-inch for matting and/or framing