ROBERT TARDIO is not just a fantastic still life photographer.  He recently went to Alaska and captured these breath taking landscapes.  The images were so intriguing we had to know more about them… “The images were shot while I was on a remote fly fishing trip on Nakalilok Bay on the Alaska Peninsula.  We spent a week hiking and fly fishing for Silver Salmon and Dolly Varden which are a variety of trout which inhabit the rivers of Alaska.  Our group (about 10 of us) met in the tiny fishing village of King Salmon Alaska.  From there, we were shuttled out by small plane and helicopter about 100 miles to a remote camp on Nakalilok Bay.  Aircrafts are not allowed to land in the wilderness except in tidal areas so you can only get in or out during low tide when the aircraft can land on the exposed sand flats that are otherwise covered with water.  Truly one of the most amazing experiences I have ever undertaken.  Alaska is so incredibly vast.  It is truly America’s last true wilderness.  It feels completely untouched (and incidentally unimpressed) by man.” – Robert Tardio