This is a Russian Orthodox church on the island of Unalaska, Alaska, in the Aleutian Islands. It was built by the Russian American Fur Company in 1824. The first priest here was Ivan Veniaminov who was canonized as Saint Innocent of Alaska in 1977.
The church is gorgeous, and looks like a gem on this precious, small Alaskan island. The church has beautiful art and icons inside of it. You are allowed to attend Mass, but the Russian Orthodox masses are very long and you have to stand while Mass is being given.
Summer's Bay is a bay on the island of Unalaska, Alaska and it is a gorgeous place. Even in the summer there is a group of very brave boys who surf there, but of course they have to do it whilst wearing wet suits. The bay boasts a beautiful beach, but usually there is wind so strong that it is almost impossible to walk through the sand without the waves getting you all wet.
Across the bay there is a field where a group of wild horses lives. If you take a pocketful of nuts and sweets, the horses will eat out of your hand. There are many squirrels that live underground but who come above ground to forage for food.