Monthly Archives: March 2009

Eagle Hunter

I see bald eagles everyday, usually several times a day. I usually don’t try to photograph them unless I can get close to the food source, like when they fish, or are feeding (scavenging) on a kill. I have been observing a … Continue reading

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The Peace of Trust

In any positive relationship, there needs to be trust and peace. With Bonnie, I have worked on this for a couple years now, day in day out, and I am enjoying the results more and more. With some wildlife I … Continue reading

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Got Snow?

I have lived in of near snow country most my life so I always expect March to be a snowy month. So far I have not been disappointed, yesterday we got 5 inches at the house so I spent the … Continue reading

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Equinox Patterns and Depth

From today, another seascape and mountain view, courtesy of equinox light, in Upper Turnagain Arm.   50mm, 1/750 sec, F16, ISO 1600, handheld with polarizer filter. More than 12 hours of daylight now and gaining more than 5 minutes a … Continue reading

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Winterscape

I have been looking for a photo scene that would fit this writing by Jack London for a few years, it really hit home when I read Into The Wild, a book and subject I have blogged about before. After … Continue reading

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Falls Creek Hike

Yesterday I did a hike up Falls Creek Trail with my daughter Courtney. I had noticed the trailhead on one of my excursions and wanted to see what kind of access to the high country it may provide. Falls Creek … Continue reading

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Grand Lady, Smile For Me

Another photo from yesterday’s hike. This was a clear case of not knowing what I had until I took some time with the images later. I had zoomed out slightly, which I think helped, and varied other settings slightly. Just another … Continue reading

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