Monthly Archives: April 2008

Horizons of Gold

The gold of the pre sunset highlights the shorelines of Turnagain Arm, and the Mount Spur Massif looms in the distance.     Coast of Gold, the Spur group     The Pacific Rim of Fire, from my view   … Continue reading

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Old and New Friends

From my front step, it’s junior     Junior and momma moose     They are on the move       Browsing on tender spring buds       Aren’t they adorable?       Look junior, these kind … Continue reading

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Last Days of Aurora

As daylight gets longer here the viewing and photo ops of the northern lights occurr in smaller and smaller windows of time. This next week or so is probably the last time to get what we can for the season. … Continue reading

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Got Snow?

From last night about halfway through the storm. This broke the monthly record from 1963, and at 20 inches, is third for a 24 hour period here. Mobile Snow Cave   Although the temperature was within the normal band, I … Continue reading

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Home Again

The birds are coming back to their northern home. The place where they make their nest, mate, and raise their babies in a few short months. Here are some Herring Gulls at Potter Marsh just yesterday. They are swift and … Continue reading

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Purple Haze

Sunset from Tuesday evening, over the Alaska Range, first day of my latest Denali Aurora Hunting photo trip.     "Purple haze all in my brainLately things just dont seem the sameActin funny, but I dont know whyscuse me while … Continue reading

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Five More

Some photos from yesterday.   The vast mud flats of Cook Inlet at low tide. These are treacherous to venture out on, with soft mud and extremely fast tides.   The mud is silt ground from mountains by glaciers and … Continue reading

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