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    Jan 2003
    Land of the midnight sun

    Point Bridget outing

    My friend and I took advantage of the awesome weather we have been having and went for an outing to Pt Bridget, about a 30 mile drive from Juneau to the trail and a 3 mile hike through woods and meadow. I took my Canon Digi-Rebel along and posting just a few pics.
    #1 This is a cabin maintained by and rented from the State. My friend enjoying the serenity and scenery.
    #2 The dogs waiting for us to catch up. I thought the snow capped mountains in the background were astounding.
    #3 These two boulders on the beach caught my attention. Looking to the Chilkat Range.
    #4 Sitting on a driftwood log enjoying the warmth of the sun I glanced over to my right and saw this scene. Thought it looked interesting.
    Thanks for viewing my "mini-series", hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed the outing.

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    Senior Member Charles Hess's Avatar
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    Jan 2004
    Thanks for sharing these ... Alaska is an unknown treasure to most of us, and you've been bringing us all a little closer. Beautiful country, nice shots.

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    We just can't have nice things... darkrainfall's Avatar
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    Feb 2004
    St. Louis, Missouri
    These are some nice shots, you've created a good mini-series. I think I like the last one the best, it has a lot of interest. If you get the chance to photograph your dogs in that situation again, you should perhaps get a little closer to them. I had to go back to find them in the picture, but I loved the way they were sitting, looking back at you, and the background was beautiful. These pics make me wish I could travel up there, you did a good job.

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    Carpe Diem I_Fly's Avatar
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    Jan 2004
    Western Illinois
    Wow, talk about gorgeous scenery. I really like the last two. Looks like you're having some beautiful weather also!

    I like how you mentioned glancing over to your right while sitting and seeing that view. Just goes to show maybe we should spend a little more time looking around! Never know what you'll see.
    When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return. -Leonardo da Vinci

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