Monthly Archives: September 2008

Joust of the Heavy Weights

This time of year is the rut (mating season) for many big animal species. The mating ritual they display seems primal, maybe even crude to humans I think. Part of this spectacle involves the bull moose and their interaction of … Continue reading

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Vernal Equinox, Collisions of Seasons

Happy Equinox, when day equals night, here it happens on September 23 The term collisions of seasons was a term coined recently by one of my flickr friends and is so appropriate this time of year. In Alaska, I have grown … Continue reading

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Home of the White Song Whale

A Beluga Whale rolls on the surface to breath in the lower right. This Turnagain Arm, a tributary inlet to Cook Inlet, home of a unique group the the singing white whales.   Beluga whales live in and near the … Continue reading

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September 11 Again

    I wasn’t going to do a blog today but I changed my mind.   Here’s my photo from today for my flickr group This Is Today   A 10 second exposere, and here is the caption; Rotary Snowplow … Continue reading

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Color on a Grey Day

A 2 frame vertical pan showing the salt marsh tide fringe at bottom, the mud flats and Fire Island in the distance.     Potter Marsh Blue   A 30 second exposure. Seward Highway traffic left, Rabbit Creek Interchange lights … Continue reading

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Rainy Day

Some days are just made for being mellow and staying in. Today was one of those cat nap days, paying some bills, and taking a break for me. Nobody I know of can relax quite like Bonnie cat, here she … Continue reading

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Blue Abyss

I went out to see what I could see and I settled into one of my photo haunts south of town. It looked like the sunset might light up, but it did not. There was no disappointment on my part. … Continue reading

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