Here are a couple of shots of the downtown area that I took from our stateroom balcony.
The town features a tram to the top of a nearby mountain, and friends of our who took the tram on a different cruise report that it provides a good view up the inlet on which the town is situated.
Fishing is a huge industry in Alaska, especially along the Inner Passage, and I caught this shot of some salmon (I think) being transferred from a fishing vessel for "processing."
I only took this fish shot because I saw another tourist doing that and decided it was an interesting composition. Following are a few more random shots I got while we were in Juneau. These include an OK shot of some evergreens . . .
. . . and one of an unusual home (I think) on the shore of the inlet.
Finally, I really liked the following photo of some plastic pedestrian control barriers that could be stretched out to guide pedestrians where to walk but had been collapsed accordion-fashion. They were positioned in front of the black hull of the Holland line cruise ship also docked in Juneau that day.
Our stay in Juneau was relatively short and we had two excursions planned (which will be dealt with in subsequent posts). I do wish, though, that I had had time for some additional photography.