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 washed to the sea by rivers,
a never ending transport carried out over eons of time.
Giant cottonwoods along Portage Glacier Road,
The Chugach above Turnagain Pass in the background.
Mountains don’t make me feel small, they make me feel young and alive.
These mountains are a result of techtonic plate collision that is happening right now.
The setting sun along the Seward Highway.