Unalaska (WWII remains part of the scenery)

During WWII Unalaska had all its native Alaskans removed from the island and there was a great military buildup to protect its Ice free, deep water port. The island was bombed by the Japanese and had a plane crash on the island. Traveling around the island you see the remains of the military presence sprinkled throughout the landscape.
Scene of a bay with WWII military remains
Image captured with a Sony A6000 Camera, Tamron 18-200 mm f3.5-6.3 lens, focal length 18 mm, ISO 125, 1/400 sec at f/8.0, hand held.

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    1. Thank you for following my blog, happy to hear that you enjoy it. I will be posting a group of images from a trip to Southern Ecuador in 2015, hope you enjoy them.

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