Annemarie, Westerdam’s crew purser, sent in this photo from a recent tour taken by the engine crew in Juneau, Alaska, in recognition of their continued great work performance. Floating along are Jener Obrero, machinist; Suheri, wiper; Eko Sunarno, wiper; Roy De Guzman, sr. machinist and Romeo Floriano, elec. technician
I liked Captain Timmer’s idea of giving a name to the bears in Glacier Bay. We also saw a bear in Glacier Bay and decided to call him after the famous boxer … Rocky!
We were about 30 feet away from these bears. We were on a hiking trip when we saw these bears by the creek, catching their food for the winter. There is such an abundance of salmon that the bears get quite picky; they only catch the female salmon because of their eggs, as they contain… read more of “Bert’s Beauty…”
I’ve seen a lot of things in my life, but this piece of ice was unheard of, even for me. I’ve never seen anything so blue!
We were in Juneau on Wednesday. For me it is still one of the more interesting destinations because more flowers can be found in Juneau than any of the other ports in this area. The vibrant colors and the endless number of details in these little things have always fascinated me. Especially when you like… read more of “Bert’s Beauty…”
A calving glacier in Glacier Bay, Alaska: Another calving glacier, this one in Hubbard Glacier: Bert van Mackelenbergh is the hotel manager aboard Westerdam.
These photos were taken in Ketchikan. Bert van Mackelenbergh is Westerdam’s hotel manager.
If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. Especially with photography you can make things look different by thinking outside the box. We’re not talking about changes via software, but by changing the way you stand or hold your camera. Most people take straight shots on eye level…. read more of “Bert’s Beauty…”