Monthly Archive: July, 2009

When I Think of Home

I drove all the way out to Kowee Creek last night, which considering our roads don’t reach to any other towns, is actually an impressively long drive. It’s also far enough from home… Continue reading

Something New

The day before the whale watching tour, I spent the evening out on the Mendenhall Glacier with my good friend Corey. It’s quite rare for either of us to be somewhere new on… Continue reading

Save Some For The Whales

For opportunities to get out and enjoy the natural world (even do some photography), this past week has been downright awesome. The weather is way beyond expectations, and I’ve been lucky to be… Continue reading

Eaglecrest Finally

Eaglecrest Road is the only car access into Juneau’s sub-alpine, so I’ve made a fair number of trips up in search of opportunities that would otherwise require a considerable amount of hiking. Results… Continue reading

Don’t Look…Up

I’ve been quite partial to sky-less landscapes lately. It could just be the recent and surprising abundance of clear blues that it is against the law to complain about here in Juneau, but… Continue reading

Birthday Girl

This isn’t the type of photograph I intended to share here, but look at this girl. How could I not want to share about my daughter, Della, through every possible outlet? Besides, nobody… Continue reading