Monthly Archives: January 2019

Zigzag Clouds Colored by Sunset

I was struck by the zigzag formation of the clouds a little after sunset late this afternoon (sun is now setting around 4:30 pm). I am guessing this is an indication there were different wind speeds at different levels of … Continue reading

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Morning Moon

Last night was one of those where I laid there with my mind working on a problem it apparently decided needed to be solved. This doesn’t happen very often for me, but it seems like when it does, interesting ideas … Continue reading

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Leesoffskaia Bay

Although Leesoffskaia Bay is close to town, and I’ve been in it quite a few times over the years, I have spent very little time poking around on land. Today I probably more than doubled my total time on the … Continue reading

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Full Moon and High Tide

On my way to the Backdoor for breakfast this morning, I noticed a big just-past-full moon looking striking low in the sky to the west-northwest. In hindsight I probably should have gone for photos right away, but instead I decided … Continue reading

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Sitka Nature Show #176 – Andy Szabo

Download Radio Show The January 20th show featured a conversation with Andy Szabo, of the Alaska Whale Foundation. Andy was in town doing some survey work utilizing drones with high resolution cameras and sensitive laser altimeters which they can use … Continue reading

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Winter Sunset

Most of the late fall and winter (so far) has been poor for chasing the green flash, but things have been a bit better this month. As the sun was dropping low this afternoon, it looked like skies were clearing … Continue reading

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