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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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The Space Between

Sometimes the way the lights behave you can sense they are filling the spaces between invisible forces.
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Aurora over Glen Alps

A fantastic display of Northern Lights over the Chugach Mountains, Alaska
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With Shifting Walls of Blinding Light I’ll Have You Know

Here we go....
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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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Magenta Flower Study

Some flowers are landscapes in their own rights. This one looked dangerous and alien.
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Tokositna River

Taking off from Talkeetna, which is in the middle of flatlands, you fly over the vast semi-marshlands called muskeg.
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Fall Fungi

Strange fungi grow on a log like and alien forest during a wet Alaskan Fall.
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Mossy Gorge

This was an amazing creek near Sheridan Glacier
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Mt. Redoubt

The sun sets over Mt. Redoubt during a temperature inversion over Anchorage and Cook Inlet
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Ancient Jungle Tree

An old growth tree in the cloud forests of Panama
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Sunset on Sleeping Lady

The light fades for Sleeping Lady Mountain (Mt. Susitna) on a cold winter day in Anchorage Alaska.
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Slate Garden

A rugged walk along the coastline of Passage Canal offers amazing variety of lush plants, clear water and sliced rocks. And Bears.
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Claws of the Spirits

The Inuit told their children that if they jumped to high the Aurora would reach down and chop their heads off.
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Deep Winter Sunset

An a dark day in the dead of winter the sun sets between layers of clouds above Anchorage, Alaska.
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A Different Kind of Rainbow

A really nice display shifting from green to violet.
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Double Reflection Rainbow

A rare event. The centres of reflection bows are at the same altitude as the sun - the anthelic point. This is the same distance above the horizon as the centres of normal bows are below it at the antisolar point. The normal bow and its corresponding reflection bow intersect at the horizon. Reflection bows are usually brightest when the sun is low because then its light is reflected most strongly from water surfaces. The normal and reflection bows draw closer together as the sun gets lower. The source of the reflected light is usually water behind you, i.e. sunwards. It can be in front of you but then only the base of the reflected bow will be seen.
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Flower Study 1

I like taking macro pictures, but i don't do it often enough.
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Matanuska Reflections

I passed this pool of water on the highway more times than i can count. Finally one fall i passed by on just the right day for colorful birch to reflect in still waters. I never saw it look so nice again in the years to come.
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Black Skies Over Black Canyon

A summer storm blows over Black Canyon of the Gunnison
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Yellow Flower Still LIfe

It's been so long i can't remember what flower this is. It was on the side of our house when we had a lot of Tiger Lilies, but they were orange. I liked that there was this little entry like a launching tube on a spaceship. The shaft had sticky nectar around it to catch pollen.
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Mossy Gorge 2

Another shot of the secret gorge.
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Foggy Paradise

Icy cold water from glaciers above pours quickly past lush rainforest into the ocean at low tide. In the distance moose antlers stick up out of the water. Or are they only driftwood?
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Aurora over O’Malley

The Aurora can shift from almost nothing to a grand exposition in a matter of a few seconds, or back to nothing just as fast.
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Purple Flower Study

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Glaciated Ocean Rocks

Moss covered rocks bear the scars of the tidewater glacier that originally carved out this tidal channel.
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