Denali Chill

Stunted Black Spruce, Denali National Park, AlaskaDenali National Park and Preserve, Alaska (Sept. 2004).

My misty mood continues back in time to a chilly September day in Alaska. Sunlight, diffused by the thick layer of slowly rising fog, barely illuminated the fall colors, which were already muted by frost. The stunted black spruce and the colorful, low-lying shrubs were silent and unmoving. All was quiet.

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About satnavandcider

An American expat living in England, exploring the United Kingdom and Europe through five senses and a camera lens.
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2 Responses to Denali Chill

  1. Snapshooter says:

    So stark, yet serene…

  2. Okay…enough of misty…where’s the sun?

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