Alaska, land of wildness and hardy people. Volcano country with innumerable small quakes so common they are seldom noticed. Skies so big you can get lost in them, with auroras that make you fall over backwards trying to take it all in.
Deep Creek Beach aurora
Aurora seen from beside the trailer i am staying in for a few weeks
Visiting here on the southern Kenai Peninsula has expanded all the spaces of my soul, and fed my hungry heart. Air so fresh and crisp my lungs ask for more, and grand vistas that my eyes drink in thirstily.
Tern Lake Reflections Panorama
Sunset behind Mount Illiamna across Cook Inlet from Happy Valley
Twilight and Mount Douglas, with a pinch of Aurora. Ninilchik, Alaska
Even the wildlife here are grand, and although i have not yet seen bear, i have gotten photos of moose and caribou. Hmmm, i will save those for another post.
Kasilof Special use area, Sunset Gold on Cook Inlet
Large jellyfish on the beach near Kasilof river mouth.
September frost on autumn leaves
Sunset over Mount Douglas and Cook Inlet
I hope you enjoyed the show! There will be more in a few days.
Thanks to all who stop and visit, and i will be making prints available of many of these images!