is a gallery of photos taken by the following photographers:

Jeff Jicha

Jeff Jicha was born in Denver, Colorado moved to Alaska in 1969.   He spent his school years growing up in beautiful Homer Alaska, home to the famous Homer Spit and of course the halibut capitol of the world. He enjoys much of what Alaska has to offer from fishing its icy cold rivers and oceans to hunting moose and hiking in Denali Park. He met the love of his life, Camie, in Anchorage and married her in 1985.  They have lived most of their married life on the Kenai Peninsula, where they now reside, with their children and grandchildren close by.  They enjoy hiking many of the scenic trails in the area and traveling around the country finding new places to take photos and enjoy food from all regions of the United States. He has enjoyed being able to travel to parts of Alaska that most people only dream of, from the Aleutian Islands to Juneau to places above the Arctic Circle.   Of course,  never without his camera.  For additional information and photos, visit his website at

David Little

David Little starting with photography as a serious hobby over 50 years ago and resides in Cordova, Alaska.  He focuses much of his work in this beautiful area. He travels frequently to other states and his cameras are always with him.  David's wife Mary is a fine photographer in her own right who allows David to mentor her and experience the joy of sharing his craft. David conducts workshops for the local community teaching equipment use and technique.  He is developing photo tours and workshops to offer to the broader public.  David's motto is "Raise your camera and stay focused!".   For additional information and photos, visit his website at

Ken Vestal

Ken Vestal was born in Northeast Texas and graduated from high school in Hughes Springs, Texas.  He met his wife Sandy at the University of Texas in Austin.  After graduation Ken and Sandy moved to Houston, Texas where Ken worked at the Manned Spacecraft Center helping train astronauts for the first lunar landing and eventually retired as Vice President of Systems Application Engineering.  Ken now is active in photography, music and fishing.  He currently is best known for his work with professional fishing guide Jay Watkins in Rockport, Texas.  Jay is probably the best known and most respected full-time professional shallow water saltwater fishing guide in the nation.  Together Ken and Jay have filmed and produced over 28 full length instructional fishing DVDs and numerous additional videos. Most of these along with numerous still photos can be viewed on-line at

Ken is also a musician who provides live music for events in the Rockport, Texas area.  His music related website is