These whales were caught by my camera at the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, on July 27, 2018. This image is NFS ©Angeline Marie Martinez
Whoever says public art installments are useless need to have this article sent to them ASAP.
This whale tail sculpture saved a train from running off a “cliff.” The tail caught the train and kept it from continuing over into the ground. Read more about it by clicking here.
The photo is from our trip to Alaska, 2018. The boat tour happened on a pod. The captain was kind and we observed these whales for the maximum time allowed by the fishing and park industries. Andy and I were fascinated...shivering and cold, but happy to witness!
Alaska was absolutely inspiring: wildlife, climate, floral and fauna. I did a little art installation while there: I left Palm Tree prints behind to find. There is an active group of artists that leave and find artworks on Facebook, search for Alaska Free Art Friday.
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