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Scenes from the Alaska Landscape
"Wolverine Aurora" --- Here is Wolverine mountain (center) in Alaska's Chugach Mountains, seen one very frosty moonless midnight (-17 F) in January, 2017. The Aurora Borealis appears over the mountain tops. This scene is rendered with very course film-like grain. I wasn't expecting to get two shots I'd like so well. My intention this night was merely to test whether I had finally devised a tripod and shooting setup I could entirely manage without removing my gloves. This test proved I had done so. Yay! But I really just wanted to stay huddled in my layers and shuffle back down the mountain to the trailhead.
Turnagain Ice Tide --- Here is a mid-winter sunset on the Turnagain Arm of Alaska's Cook Inlet. The second-highest tides in the entire world bring miles upon miles of ice churning swiftly by, both in and out again, twice daily.
"Any Patch of Rock will Do" --- It always amazes me how these garden galaxies thrive in myriad unseen nooks, scattered across our globe. So utterly beautiful, yet mostly never laid eyes on. I photographed this one alongside the 300 feet of cascading waterfalls descending from Grizzly Bear Lake. Just one rock garden arrangement out of millions. What a beautiful world!!
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