Elusive Denali

Posted by lwpetersen | September 21, 2010 | photo-blog

I finally got a picture of it to share. It’s pretty lousy, but still awesome seeing as its about 150 miles away. I took this picture outside the Reichardt Building at UAF on the morning of September 13th. It’s hard to catch because it’s usually too hazy and sometimes too smokey, especially as the day goes on. There have only been three days so far that I could see it, and only one that I remembered to bring my camera.

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