Another photo from Tuesday evening's walk. Last night, my daughter and I took another late evening walk to another vantage point to shoot some photos. Had I read this I might have reconsidered. No wonder we didn't see anyone else out.
Taken Tuesday evening (10/23/12) while walking along the Potter Creek Trail at almost sunset. A three exposure HDR. I like the low angle 'sunset' light. The last week the weather's been clear and it's been beautiful. But once that sun went down it got cold, fast. I've always felt blessed to be able to live in Alaska. Evenings like this reinforce that feeling.
I took this two weekends ago. I was almost back to the trail-head and paused to record the view. Since then, it warmed up the following week and the snow is gone, but it has now gotten cooler and it's ready to keep the snow for a while the next time we get it. Foraker is on the left and Denali is on the right. That's Mt. Crosson in the middle I believe.
Photos, digital and film, mostly from around Alaska and some from elsewhere.
1. Canon EOS 7D
2. Canon Rebel xti
3. Canon Powershot S500 (retired)
4. Canon Powershot S110 (retired)
5. Minolta XG1
6. Minolta Weathermatic (dual fixed focus)
My photos can also be found at Flickr.com under tpeters2600.