Monthly Archives: August 2008

Friday’s Sunset

The sun above the Mount Spur massif (active volcano) and Cook Inlet. The rail of the Alaska Railroad is at bottom right. It’s not hard taking sunset pics here, you just have to be there at the right time. it is … Continue reading

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Three Fer Day

Yesterday I only got three photos to post, and here they are with the captions I put on flickr.   Pretty and poisonous Amanita.I liked the light on this one. Bonnie on her window perch in my office. It has … Continue reading

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Greatest of Days

A recent message from my friend on spaces Captain Ron, a River Boat Pilot of big boats (up to 1,000 feet long!) and a great writer too BTW "I believe that the reason we find sunsets so fascinating is because … Continue reading

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Sunday

A series of success and failures, that is a good day I think, the failures are something to embrace and learn from I had several photo ops today, A Merlin Falcon which I did not get a good enough pic … Continue reading

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Deep Blue Silence

I often write down my thoughts as soon after a photo event as possible. Here is what my note said last night on flickr;   "Tonight there was a splendid sundog (false sun seen in the northland at times) which … Continue reading

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Tidelands

There is some 8,000 miles of coast line in Alaska, not counting all the islands. I have lived on the coast most of my years here, and am now reconnecting with the tides. Last night I took a stroll out … Continue reading

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Tuesday Evening Halo

It is not too surprising to see a halo, they can happen anytime anywhere, and the frequent type occur about twice a week in some parts of North America and Europe. Usually I take my best shot and move on. … Continue reading

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