September 22, 2019

Spring Green-Up is Right Around the Corner

As the snows melt, one of the first places for sweet green shoots of vegetation is along roadsides. This brings herbivores, like the moose, out of the dark forests for some much needed nutrition. Unfortunately, sometimes it leads to confrontation between automobiles and 1,000-pound critters.


Photo by Al Remington

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Old Time Photos

For those of you who are interested in photography and history, especially the old West, the Denver Post has a great selection of high quality old photos. Follow this link for your viewing pleasure.

Tom Remington

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Go Fish!

They’re fishing. There is a color change in the water. The far river is part of Knik (glacier) river and the near one is run-off from a turbine from Eklutna Lake and water supply.


Photo by Al Remington

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You Don’t Mind If I Bed Down Here In Your Back Yard, Do You?

While shoveling the snow off the backside of his roof, an Alaska resident discovers a moose had bedded down in his back yard.


Photo by Al Remington

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Homer, Alaska Lighthouse

A place I’ve been told one could “get lit”.


Photo by Al Remington

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Two Alaska Eagles Overlooking Feeding Grounds


Photo by Al Remington

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Will He Fish?

Will he fish? If he feels like fishing, he’ll fish.


Photo by Al Remington

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Alaska Bald Eagle Bookends


Photo by Al Remington

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All Moose Like Spring Green-up


Photo by Al Remington

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“The Outlook” – Cook Inlet, Alaska

The outlook is over Cook Inlet from what is known as Homer Spit (in Homer, Alaska), looking at the Aleutian Range on the right and the left is into the Katmai Nat’l. Park.


Photo by Al Remington Click on Image to Enlarge – Larger image has better quality.

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