Vast Autumn
Posted by Lee Petersen | April 4, 2020
Vast Autumn

Purchase Print Vast landscape in the Nome Creek region of the White Mountains of Alaska. This place is remarkably beautiful in autumn, although much of Alaska is. This area in...

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Gabriel Icefall
Posted by Lee Petersen | April 3, 2020
Gabriel Icefall

Purchase Print The Gabriel Icefall on the Gulkana Glacier sits between Ogive Mountain (left) and Skull Peak (right). This impressive mass of heavily crevassed ice is nearly 700 feet tall,...

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Soft Trails
Posted by Lee Petersen | April 2, 2020
Soft Trails

Purchase Print Golden light shines through the trees and a bit of fog on a crisp autumn morning. Taken on the trail system at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. CameraNikon...

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Sanctuary River
Posted by Lee Petersen | April 1, 2020
Sanctuary River

The clear water of the Sanctuary River in Denali National Park is located at mile-23 along the Park Road. This was taken last year on April 5 while biking into...

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Posted by Lee Petersen | March 31, 2020
From Alaska With Love

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLZm54jJmUA My daily photo is a video today. I put this compilation together yesterday of footage I've taken over the years. I usually focus on taking still images, but every...

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Ice Crystals in R-Channels
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 30, 2020
Ice Crystals in R-Channels

Purchase Print Here's another view of the enormous ice crystals and hoarfrost on the ceiling of a glacier cave in the Castner Glacier. This cave is an example of a...

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Calving
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 29, 2020
Calving

A big splash from a calving event on the Columbia Glacier in the Chugach Mountains. The block that collapsed was the full height of the glacier face, over 100 feet...

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Viewing and Photographing the Northern Lights
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 29, 2020
Viewing and Photographing the Northern Lights

There's perhaps no bigger draw to the far northern latitudes in winter than the chance to see the aurora borealis. It's understandable. The phenomenon is stunning. Some of the best...

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Aurora Borealis and Moonlight
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 28, 2020
Aurora Borealis and Moonlight

Purchase Print Aurora Borealis Gallery The northern lights dancing over a snow-covered spruce forest lit by moonlight in Fairbanks, Alaska. We finally have clear skies at the house and a...

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Table Top Mountain Trail
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 27, 2020
Table Top Mountain Trail

Table Top Mountain Trail is a 3.5-mile hike with a short extension to the summit of a treeless, mesa-like mountain with great views of the White Mountains.

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