The sunrise brought a couple sun-dogs with it this morning. By this morning, I actually mean almost noon, but the point is I went out with a camera to see if I could get some nice doggie pics. I wouldn’t say the picture does it justice, but anyway, here is what I got.
Cute little puppies, aren’t they?
Afterwards, I remembered that the ocean has been flirting with solid form lately, so after playing with the sun dogs I turned around and headed the other way for a block or two. Kinda slushy right now, but definitely not my flavor. I expect it will get properly solid soon. In the interim, my hand has suffered enough for my amateur camera games. I think I’ll stay inside and write a bit now.
Might as well add a few more pics from the last month or two. As always, you may click to embiggen.
Jan M. Flynn said:
Thank you for sharing stunning images of a landscape I’ve never seen in person (and don’t know that I ever will at this time of year: I’m a big chicken). All pics entirely worthy of embiggening.
Gorgeous. Thanks for your art.
Beautiful, and glad I don’t live there. I offer a nice, warm sunset from Saguaro National Park instead: https://www.flickr.com/photos/43577246@N02/30887436985/in/dateposted-public/
Love seeing your photos! Thanks.
Sun puppies are cyoot 🙂 … how long does the sun stay above the horizon these days?
Not long at all really. The last day of sunlight should be coming very soon.
I have only ever been to Alaska in the summer (and never ventured very far north). These pictures are an awesome look into a completely different climate. Thanks for sharing!
Wow! You really are ‘norther than thou’!! 🌲 🌳 🍃 Stunning photos!
chris jensen said:
After a brief look throughout you blog, an interesting place you live in?
i also see that you dropped by for a read,
Great photos! The ocean looks so much like our seas here in New South Wales, Australia. I’m sure your place is much colder 🙂 So glad you have a category for animals. Nature is only as beautiful as the animals that she sustains. Without animals we have a world that has no soul.
Beautiful captures of your journey. Northern lights 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾.
Dawn Kostelnik said:
The water is getting hard on the Canadian side of you as well. My friends in Kugluktuk are worried because it is so late in coming. Your pictures are beautiful…I am on the Coast in a winter of water, with snow creeping closer at this time of the year way sooner then it should never happen, we are in reversal…and some denial of climate change. And not to be so serious, I am glad that you joined me on twitter, but I really don’t know how it works lol, you may be the reason that I take the time to figure it out, Having grown up without technology, it is a foreign language that does not piece together well in my mind.
Very very cool photos!
The first day of ice on our little lake here @ 50 imaginary degrees of constant latitude. It won’t last. The wind scoffs at such thin November ice and will pile it up.
These pictures are beautiful! The video is great too. That’s perhaps the best way to capture the movement of the ocean.
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