I’ve been out taking lots of photos of our beautiful boreal forests, snow and snowflakes, and the winter light the last few weeks. Recently I wrote about how I had gone through a photography rut last year and what I was doing to turn things around. I’m happy to report that things are looking up, I took over 500 photos in the month of January and I’m still going strong at the beginning of February.
Nelson’s saxifrage (Micranthes nelsoniana), also commonly known as heartleaf saxifrage is a white-flowering plant with long stamens and pink anthers. It’s found in Alaska, western Canada, and the Pacific Northwest.
On the evening of January 14, 2023, between 9:30 and 10:15 pm Alaska time, the aurora borealis put on one of the most magnificent shows I have ever seen! From what I saw of the online Geophysical Institute all-sky camera, it looks like it snapped back just before 1 am, but I was asleep by […]