Posted by lwpetersen | December 22, 2014
Winter Solstice Light

Fairbanks is dark in the winter. The official length of the day on the winter solstice is 3 hours, 41 minutes, and some change. Luckily, we benefit from having a...

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Posted by lwpetersen | March 1, 2014
January skies and amazing color

The light in winter time can be quite spectacular in the interior of Alaska, day and night. There is little daylight, and the Sun rises and sets at a shallow...

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Posted by lwpetersen | November 4, 2013
Autumn light in the interior

One day you wake up and realize it's already a few days into November. What happened? It's really sad because there's not a lot to do outside right now. There's...

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Posted by lwpetersen | September 20, 2013
Another pretty morning

Only one more day until it's officially fall. I took a few photos on the way to work this morning, most of the snow from Wednesday is now gone. Since...

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Posted by lwpetersen | January 17, 2012
Morning light

I noticed this morning that the light outside was getting to be pretty remarkable around 9:30, even for Fairbanks. It's still cold, about -40° F. I went out to take...

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