Deborah, Hess, and Flock of Cranes

Posted by lwpetersen | August 23, 2011 | Fairbanks
Deborah, Hess, and Flock of Cranes, a photo by Lee Petersen on Flickr.

It’s that time of year again when the sandhill cranes and geese are on the move and the mountains are coming out of the clouds to play. It’s pretty exciting because of all the wonderful views offered from Fairbanks, but sad because soon it will be very, very cold.

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