Seeing the Light
Spruce forest, low sun, ice fog.
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An early snowfall fell in September of 2013 in Fairbanks. The foliage was just coming into peak and the oranges and yellows were beautifully covered in a bit of white. I would not mind if snow fell every year on autumn leaves.
Pooch Trail in Winter - UAF
Sparse boreal forest draped in snow on one of the University of Alaska trails near Ballaine Lake in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Quaking aspen along a trail at the University of Alaska Fairbanks at peak foliage in September.
Birch Forest Morning
The sun breaks the horizon - beautiful golden light on the snow
Birch and aspen forest
Quintessential Autumn in Fairbanks
Beautiful fall foliage along the shores of Peat Ponds in the Goldstream Valley north of Fairbanks, Alaska. Part of the Interior Alaska Land Trust.
The moon setting over Ballaine Lake. Kate was driving me in to work, when I saw this I asked her to let me out of the car. I walked to work on the trails.
Permafrost stunted spruce forest covered in snow. This is a tough environment for these trees to grow in and some of them are quite old despite their short stature.
Birch trees against the rising Sun
Birch wetlands at Creamer's Field - Fairbanks, Alaska
More great skies over Fairbanks
Dense birch forest in North Pole, Alaska at Chena Lakes State Recreation Area
Birch Light an Contrast
Creamer's Field - Fairbanks, Alaska
Narrow slits of golden light.
Spruce trees swaying. It was pretty windy.
Blue skies and golden snow-covered trees
Fallen paper birch in the water.
I had the sneaking suspicion that I was being watched . . .
Wandering around the Alaska Dog Musher's Association trails, in part of Creamer's Field. Fairbanks, Alaska.
Alder cones covered in frost down near Smith Lake on the trails at the University of Alaska - Fairbanks.
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