Monthly Archives: July 2009

Bitter Creek

These little bees (I call them bees to be nice, these are little hornets ) make the most of late summer fare.I am real careful around these guys as some colonies are aggresive, these were just busy on this day. I … Continue reading

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By Any Other Name…The Rose

As the wildflowers pass by here so does the summer. More have come and gone now than those that yet hang on With each passing flower, like the visiting migrations and seasons comes many emotion. Here are a few of … Continue reading

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Highway Man

Old Road New Paint, I have seen beavers, bear, eagles, hawks and many a flower on this little road, and sweated my way through many runs finishing just over there. I have spent more than thirty years in fact on the … Continue reading

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Wish You

This July was hot by Alaska norms (if there is such a thing as a norm up here), and fires were widespread to say the least. A million acres burnt up they say, more than the size of Rhode Island, a … Continue reading

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Redoubt Revisited

In the haste of daily life we often miss bits and pieces that fly by us in time and space, I know I do. I recently revisited a shoot I did this last February. I was surprised to see this … Continue reading

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TURN TO STONE

It’s always interesting and challenging for me to put together a photo, a verse and a song to present to you here. I have a lot of choices with all of these, and sometimes like tonight, I have so many … Continue reading

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Bird Creek Falls

This is vertical panorama of Bird Creek Falls. A very powerful place when standing where I stood taking the picture I think. you feel the deafening silence, and realize the absence of the thundering falls, and you miss it, and … Continue reading

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