Monthly Archives: June 2008

Arctic Thunder Part 1

Last weekend was the annual Arctic Thunder air show put on by the US Air Force here. Elmendorf AFB is our main air defense in northwestern North America. They open the gates to the public once a year for this show. … Continue reading

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Shambala

First the dedication: To a wonderful photographer I met on spaces when I was new, October 2006. Barb (or Anni) lives in Edmonton Canada, and we frequently compare notes, notes on bird photography, which she excells at so much, and … Continue reading

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Other Images From the Turnagain Trail Hike

OK you saw the bear meeting, now I want to share the reasons I didn’t have the right lens on when Mr. Black Bear and I met up. Wildflowers of course and forest scenes! One of my other photo projects/passions/obsessions…take … Continue reading

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A Peaceful Passing

Yesterday I did a 5 mile hike on the Turnagain Trail on the hillside above the Inlet. The trail is the old road in places and is entirely in the forest within the segment I was on. It is moderately steep … Continue reading

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Knocking on Heaven’s Door

I have been out very late the last several nights to photograph the Summer Solstice, and the Midnight Sun from my vantage points. A very arduous endeavor for certain, and now I have many frames that need processing. This is a … Continue reading

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Life is Big

I was out and about as usual last night and went high up to photograph some lupin. Arctic Lupin grows wild here, and likes well drained soil. Right now it is prolific in the cut banks and steep slopes of … Continue reading

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Essentials

Summer color, here, early wild roses A path to follow, Far North Bicentenial Park Those who serve and protect, A US Air Force C17 Globemaster in the late evening Alaska sky Nature to frame our visions, technology to serve us,Mountains and … Continue reading

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