Sunrise from home

Posted by lwpetersen | October 30, 2010 | photo-blog

I finally had the chance to sleep in after one of the longest and hardest work weeks I have ever had. I think I worked an average of 16 hours a day this week, including the weekend. So I woke up a little after 9 and went outside to photograph the sunrise. It’s not all that exciting, I know, but these things last for hours here and they are really very pretty. I have a new set on flickr called “our home” where you can find all the pictures I’ve taken at (and from) our place.

our yard - a fairbanks sunrise
The view from the side of our house the morning after a nice snowfall.

our cabin - after sunrise
The view from the side of our house the morning after a nice snowfall.

our street - a fairbanks sunrise
Snowy street.

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