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Here are some exquisite examples of this granite, moss-covered and tree-lined cliff at Rudyerd Bay near Ketchikan. Most of the world’s fjords (i.e. Norway), which are glacier-formed narrow inlets with steep cliffs, are found in only a handful of countries and some of … Continue reading
It’s a term often used for Misty Fjords – the words heart-stopping and jaw-dropping just aren’t enough to do justice to this area of natural beauty. Misty Fjords National Monument covers 2 million acres (vs. Yosemite’s 761,000) of the Tongass National Forest, … Continue reading
Painting the falls.
Say that 5 times really fast!!
One leads to another…
After some snow, rain, ice, and overall cold, windy weather, a nice day opened up.
Have you ever noticed nuts or acorns with a small round hole through the shell? This is the exit hole created by the white, wrinkled, legless grub that developed inside the nut, the most common one referred to as the “nut … Continue reading
… used this “blind” background one more time… I had more fun with and like this image better than the one posted this past fall!
After finally finding a background texture to complement an earlier photograph, I now wish these “blinds” were hanging in the the bay window!!