The Inside Passage is the southeast panhandle of Alaska, where there is a natural waterway protected by islands for nearly the entire length of the coastline. Most people visit this area by cruise ship. The more independent visit via the Alaska Marine Highway, which is the state Ferry system. Few people drive to this part of Alaska, as the only towns with roads are Haines and Skagway. Most of the time I have spent in this area was in the late 1990s and early 2000s, so most of my images were slides which have not yet been digitized to put on this site. What you see here are only some of my more recent photos.