By Sue Bertoline

Big Goat Lake Falls (top)

Equipment Info
NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7000
State/Province/Region
AK
Country
US
Town
Ketchikan
Notes

D7000 18-200 34mm f/7.1 1/160s ISO 250 Taken out of the small plane window. August 2012

Description

We were fortunate enough to take a private float plane tour of Misty Fjords. When the pilot asked where we wanted to go we told him it was up to him as we were in his territory. He did not disappoint! Among the wonderful sights that we saw was the huge Big Goat Lake Falls. Notice Big Goat Lake in the upper portion of the picture. Named for the lake immediately sourcing the falls, Big Goat Lake Falls is a prominent but rarely visited cascade found in a relatively isolated part of southeastern Alaska between Ketchikan and the Canadian Border. Only visible by plane or helicopter, the falls flume about 800 feet out of a glacially sculpted lake basin and into the long, sinuous valleys of the Misty Fjords.

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28/09/2013

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