Category Archives: photography

Black Ice


Icing Up

The snow has landed, although so far, it’s only a thin layer on the ground. The pond has started to get a coating of ice, after two nights of a hard freeze. After getting by with lighting a fire in the wood stove every other night, the ritual is now completed nightly. Soon, the fire will burn 24/7.

The season has turned.


Return of the Aurora

We’ve had a lot of cloud cover the past month or so, and I’ve seen some faint aurora glow recently, but last night the northern lights put on a phenomenal show. It was a wide path of phosphorescent, green light across the planet’s roof for close to an hour. I had been outside, enjoying the show for thirty minutes, before I thought, “Maybe I should grab a camera.” It’s never my first instinct.


Happy Autumnal Equinox

I do love the tamaracks in the fall. Have a wonderful and colorful autumn, for those of you in the northern hemisphere. For those further south, have a great spring!


September Woods

It’s tough to beat a day spent in the woods of Interior Alaska in September.


Autumn Road


Separation