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Old 06-30-2009, 03:27 AM
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A new thread that I'll load with some pictures from the archive files;

Autumn Birch

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One of my places where you can fish alone

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Knik Glacier seen from Pioneer Peak trail

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Pioneer Peak at sunset


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Glacial silt dunes along Knik River

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Ard: Very nice photos, thanks for sharing. It certainly is a treat to see photos from Alaska, sure brings back the memories. I'm sure Frank enjoys seeing Alaska photos also.

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Ard,
Great shots. On the last one of the Glacial silt dunes. How high are they? Or is that a close up?
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Old 08-10-2011, 01:30 AM
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Old thread Yat, and a late reply,

It's a closeup shot.
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Well, since the thread has been resurrected, those are some beautiful pictures. I'm torn between whether I like the silt dunes or the view of Knik Glacier better.
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I need to add more to the album I put on the profile page. There are some nice pictures there. Every now and then I scope out old threads to see who I never answered, I found this one,

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Wow amazing pictures. I am going on a cruise to Alaska here in a few weeks. I look forward to taking my own pics like these!
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Love the photos! - missed these the first time around. Thank you!
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