Thursday, February 24th, 2011
Fritz Cove At Dusk

We continue to be blessed with clear and cold winter weather. The light is beautiful throughout the day, and even about 30 minutes before and after sunset, the landscape basks in soft colorful light which is extremely favorable to photography. The absence of shadows greatly simplifies contrast problems, and the colors are vividly saturated. I took this image at dusk yesterday evening at Outer Point on North Douglas Island, looking north over Fritz Cove and the Mendenhall Peninsula towards the Coast Mountains.

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