Monthly Archives: February 2010

Ecliptic Whisper

As the solar orb sets Mount Redoubt takes center stage and whispers a goodnight, and reminds us she has the power (of an explosive  stratovolcano). Cook Inlet Alaska   Taken with a 500mm lens, if I could do it again … Continue reading

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SNAKE EYES

Piercing Eyes, Long Fangs of a most incredible light show. The sunspots are back after a long hiatus. Spots? Well only to the small minded maybe.There are magnetic storms on the day star millions of kilometers across, and at 6,000 degrees, … Continue reading

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Puff the Magic Dragon

Puff was looking rather pterodactylish tonight as he flew over our little 10, 000 foot Mount Redoubt stratovolcano. Was a great show. A 3 frame panorama.   Unlike little Jackie, I will not put Puff away for other toys.   … Continue reading

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Badlands

When the grey of winter settles in here it is sometimes tough to come up with a photo. I took a little tour today and this I saw. A jumble of grounded ice chunks coated with the black silt at low … Continue reading

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Enlightening

A panorama from the same evening as the last blog. I am learning to get out of the rut of taking just big wide shots or tight in shots. I try to do both when the photo op lends itself … Continue reading

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Happy Storm

Had given up on a sunset and just went to check out the trails, I am in need of  ski soon.Saw a gold light in the sky and it drew me in so I drove up the hill. Took quite … Continue reading

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Lesson From The Light

I love to try to show the big picture and the grand vistas from Alaska. Sometime this just doesn’t work, and have to narrow the view. I gain lessons from the light, or perhaps they are a reflection of lessons … Continue reading

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