Tuesday, December 18th, 2012
Mendenhall Valley Sunset

The sun has returned to Southeast Alaska after a series of storms, and it sure feels great to see the mountains again, illuminated here by the low angle evening sun.

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
Gold Creek

Heavy snow is falling above Gold Creek near downtown Juneau yesterday. Snow combined with lower water volume in the creek are definite signs that winter is slowly closing in on us.

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Tuesday, November 6th, 2012
Dall Sheep Ewe Foraging Near Atigun Pass

A Dall Sheep ewe feeds on grasses in a pawed-out snow crater near Atigun Pass along the Dalton Highway recently. The area near Atigun Pass is great to view ewes and lambs, as there are natural mineral licks near the Dalton Highway that attract Dall Sheep year around.

UPDATE: Stay tuned for a new picture Wednesday morning relating to President Barack Obama’s re-election.

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Wednesday, January 11th, 2012
Snow And Rain, Rain And Snow

Snow and rain, rain and snow – that has been the weather story of this winter so far. However, this is about to change, as the first high pressure system of the year will bring cold and clear weather to Southeast Alaska starting this weekend. Can’t wait! Here, the latest snow covers Mendenhall Lake near Skaters Cabin.

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Wednesday, January 5th, 2011
Winter At Treeline

Yesterday’s gloomy gray and rainy weather made me feel like we regressed back into November. Aren’t we supposed to gradually progress towards spring? This shot of a stand of hemlock trees up at Eaglecrest is just a reminder of how things should look right now… and I hope they will look like this again soon.

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