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Success!! This is what I had come for and the view lived up to my expectations. Walking/crawling along the top of this ridge is not for people scared of heights. There is a lot of exposure and the rocks are not stable.
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Snowy Pines at Emerald Pools

I was fortunate enough to go hiking to Emerald pools after a major snow storm. I was unfortunate enough that after this point the trail was closed due to dangerous ice and fallen trees. Still a beautiful day.

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The West Temple

This is one of my all time favorite icons of rock anywhere in the world. Visible from nearly everywhere, and immediately recognizable, i've used it countless times over the years to get my bearings or just admire it's beauty.

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This is the kind of landscape I'm always looking for.

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Isla Palenque

An aerial shot of Isla Palenque before anything had been built on it. In the distance you can see the mountains

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The Butcher

A hard working fishing guide cleans the catch of his customers.

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Mountain of Sand

It's impossible to describe the immense size of Denali. It's taller then Mt. Everest from bottom to top and also one of the most massive mountains on Earth. The foothills you see here would be regular sized mountains in most places on the continent.

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One of my favorite areas where the filtered light and the tree canopy made me feel like i was indoors.
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Matanuska Panorama

The upper reaches of the Matanuska River meets the Matanuska Glacier. They can be thought of as different forks that meet to create the main river. Very nice fall day and fantastic view. The lowland forests on the right are possibly growing on old abandoned parts of the glacier buried under soil and rock.

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Some of the nice vegetation that grows in the areas that have just the right amount of shade.
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Spit Mountain Canyon

The back of the mountain is the coolest part of the drive.

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The Alaskan Pipeline

A pair of landrovers are dwarfed by the scale of the north slope. The famous pipeline snakes across the arctic tundra. The primitive Brooks Mountains rise in the distance.
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Lost Lake Panorama

Lost Lake might be better named Hidden Lake, as it hides in plain site above the highway for miles. It's a beautiful lake and camping on the peninsulas, which are old terminal moraines, is idyllic.

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A Well Chosen Resting Place in The Wild

Caribou antlers rest in the grass on a crisp fall day in Denali.
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Near Indian Springs

A Joshua Tree in the Beaver Dam Mountains

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Picture Perfect

A visitor to Canyonlands shows up at the perfect time for an amazing photo.

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The Burr Trail

Looking at the remote Henry Mountains from the top of the switchbacks on the Burr Trail.
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Alaskan Fall

A fine Fall day above Long Lake in the Matanuska Valley

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Blackstone, Northwestern and Concordia Glaciers

At least 5 glaciers slide out of icefields that are 6 miles wide, in the back of Blackstone Bay.

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Copper River Headwaters

If you've ever seen "Copper River Salmon" on a restaurant menu or in a market then this may be where they were born. The headwaters of the Copper River originate in this valley and the valley to immediate west, with Mt. Blackburn towering in the distance at 16,390 feet.. Tanada Lake shimmers along the valley floor. Tanada Lake and Copper Lake were once the same lake, until a big alluvial fan developed in the middle. Now the lakes are separated by two miles and water from Tanada Lake has had to find another route into the Copper River.

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The Laurence Glacier

This glacier looks fun in summer. There is apparently a lake at the top of that knoll in front of the ice and the glacier empties out in streams on both sides of the knoll.
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Mojave Mother

Mother and Daughter explore the Beaver Dam Mountains in the Mojave Desert

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Sharply Defined

A remarkable cut in the cliff is home to hundreds of nesting and flying sea birds in Kenai Fjords National Park.
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Cliffside Water Pocket

A deep water pocket high above the road in Zion's Upper East Canyon. In pioneer times this water hole was boarded up to supply, i would imagine, a water tank for cattle far below.
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Waterfall in Blackstone Bay

Glacial water pours down a cliff into icy Blackstone Bay.
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Ship of Stone

A ship made of stone seems to wait for the tide to come back in on a foggy day in Passage Canal.
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A Lenticular Sunset

A nicely scalloped lenticular cloud on a winter sunset over the ocean in Alaska
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Caribou Antler

I found this antler right where it lies in this image, up at at high pass above boulder chutes, where i ever expected Caribou to be roaming around.

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Winter Sun Over Turnagain Arm

There's a local solar calendar of sorts where you wait for the day that the sun rises over this mountain. You know then that winter is past it's peak darkness.
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The Space Between

Sometimes the way the lights behave you can sense they are filling the spaces between invisible forces.
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Icy Buttress

A magnificent ice capped buttress on the flanks of Denali. Alaska Range, Denali National Park
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Glacial Collapse

A block of glacier has broken off and smashed into a million pieces on cliffs above the ocean.
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Bradley and Wake

All the mountains on this side of the gorge burst out of the ice like giant teeth. This one is Mt. Bradley, followed by the north and east face of Mt. Wake.
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Rock Garden at Palenque

An image taken for Amble Resorts
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Aurora over Glen Alps

A fantastic display of Northern Lights over the Chugach Mountains, Alaska
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In the Shadow of Sanford

Several glaciers snake out from an ice cap on top of a lower portion of Mt. Sanford. Behind it an icefall ascends into the clouds. Mt. Sanford is 16,237 feet high.
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Snowy Cholla

A sunny day in the Mojave Desert after a winter snow storm.
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Mt. Wrangell

At the headwaters of the Copper River a lone mountain sits in front of Mt. Wrangell - the third highest volcano in North America behind Blackburn and Bona. Like Sanford, it is a shield volcano with a south facing slope that rises 8,000 ft. in one mile.
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Fall Mushrooms

Mushrooms herald the end of summer every late august or early September when they pop out of the ground like clockwork.
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With Shifting Walls of Blinding Light I’ll Have You Know

Here we go....
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Snow Decoder

One of the cool things about snowfall in Zion is that it reveals otherwise unnoticed ledges and contours in the immense sand stone cliffs. If you look closely you can find some tall pine trees on the ledges in the shadows.
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Purple Iron Plates

In a remote part of Zion National Park, iron rich plates of rock rest cleanly on bare sandstone.
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Orca Pod

A family of Orcas below the mountains of Kenai Fjords
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Northwestern Birds

A flock of birds fly through the rain towards massive seracs on the Northwestern Glacier.
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Birds and Bergy Bits

A flock of birds flies over the ice infested waters of Blackstone Bay on a rainy day.

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