Monthly Archives: January 2008

Thankfull on a Birthday

Tonight I am very content, and very happy, and I have thanks to give; Thanks for all of you who commented in such a positive way on my birthday Thanks to the very positive messages I received, and the emails … Continue reading

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Age of Aquarius

The Volcano was quiet tonight in the single digit temp of the winter cold. As I sat in the snow I photographed and took in this site from the overlook at Glenn Alps…Fitting, I thought, the day before my birthday, my … Continue reading

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Dall Sheep in Alaska

Dall Sheep (Ovis dalli dalli) inhabit the mountain ranges of Alaska. Dall sheep are found in relatively dry country and frequent a special combination of open alpine ridges, meadows, and steep slopes with extremely rugged "escape terrain" in the immediate … Continue reading

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Sundog and Halo Sunrise

Sunday’s Sundog Sunrise over Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet, south of Anchorage Alaska     This is the "dog" part, the optic that is 22 degrees from the sun, which was to the right.     The Sundog turned into … Continue reading

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Close Encounter of the Moose Kind

Momma Moose from my window of my computer room (window swung open). She was about 20 feet away, and I used fill in flash for these photos.     Momma’s calf was very wary, I think she is a good … Continue reading

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Angel of the Day

Another Vision and Verse Thank You Toodie for seeing this, and Thank you Sheila for helping me to see this     Fly Away Into The Day  

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Artificial Light Photography – Passive

These are some shots I recently took of winter scenes. They are passive in that I used existing light from luminaires and did not use active means such as flash.    Single Tree     Bollards       Spruce … Continue reading

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