Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Fall...an Alaskan Photo Essay.















All Images Copyright Christy Rogers 2010

10 comments:

Trey said...

great shots! Beautiful!

R. Gabe Davis said...

Do you ever get used to the majesty of Alaska?

hodgeman said...

Gabe,
Truthfully?

No..no you don't. 10 years and I still drive to work in awe.

NorCal Cazadora said...

Magnificent. I think I'd be in awe every day too.

Murphyfish said...

Wonderful pictures, and you're all right, Alaska really does look somewhere majestic and very special, your a lucky man.
Regards,
John

Coloradocasters said...

Thank you so much for the pictorial view of that amazing area. Few places left on this planet that make me nearly tremble in mystified awe. This post is a good taste of that paradise this time of year. Nicely done.

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

So that's why you live so far out of town settled.
SBW

Phillip said...

Man, I've gotta get up there some day! Although I'm afraid I'll stay...

hodgeman said...

Philip,
I came up for what I supposed was a two year stretch...that was a decade ago.

This place has a way of growing on you.

Brigid said...

Beautiful, I took a few months off, after a death in my family a few years ago, and spent some weeks tooling around the Brooks Range in a little float plane. Grief up there was more refined, and it also was easier to handle.

I remember not the sadness, but the beauty as the tundra started changing color in August, fall come early. As I left, the floats replaced with skis I told myself I would go back.

And I did.

Thanks for sharing.