Tags: alaska, anchorage, clark yerrington, kinley's restaurant and bar, photo exhibit, wild abandon
I’ll be showing some photos from this summer in the lobby of Kinley’s Restaurant and Bar Nov. 6–Dec. 4.
There are a few from Alaska but these are mostly from a summer break this July and August. I knocked around the Puget Sound area, and drove down the I-5 corridor from Sequim, WA to Berkeley, CA with side trips to Sacramento and a diversion to the Oregon coast. It was over 100 in Sacramento when I was there, and the hot weather followed me all the way back [90 at midnight when I arrived back in Sequim].
I was looking for abandoned buildings and sites that are going back to nature. I found some good ones!
More explanation and the exhibit photos [and my previous two major exhibits] at my charming homemade site.
Tags: alaska, anchorage, cook inlet, johnson trail, mc hugh creek, turnagain arm trail
A 7-mi. RT jaunt from Potter to a little past McHugh and back. A few other people on the trail, a lost dog, a bull moose. The weather threatened to get bad but just a couple drops of rain.
Tags: alaska, byron glacier, glacier, kenai peninsula, portage valley, turnagain arm
A fun day walking a short way up into a valley that Byron Glacier is retreating into. In years past there were huge ice caves here, they are a little smaller now. Mostly clear weather, eerily quiet setting. Not 100% relaxing because we were stumbling/scrambling around loose boulders that could have crushed our legs. But all in all, powerful and worthwhile.
Tags: alaska, anchorage, daily photo, fairview, house, log cabin, renovation
Tags: 1970s, alaska, daily photo, engel milk wine, palmer, vintage
Tags: alaska, anchorage, canada goose, daily photo, habitat destruction, midtown, urban wildlife
Tags: alaska, anchorage, daily photo, fall colors, fall foliage, mt ash
Tags: alaska, anchorage, curbside recycling, daily photo, recycle bins, solid waste services, trash
Tags: anchorage, daily photo, flower st., mt view, porch project
Tags: alaska, eagle, FEMA, flood, reconstruction, yukon river
Sounds like a success story, mostly — all of the residents displaced by this spring’s ice jam flooding of the Yukon River have been re-housed in cabins built over the summer.
Good press for FEMA, for a change.
Now, bring on winter!