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northrnxposur
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Oct 01, 2006 14:27 |  #1

The snow is on its way! The termination dust is getting lower each day. Ahhhhhhh, Alaska at its finest :)


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Oct 01, 2006 14:28 |  #2

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Oct 01, 2006 14:30 |  #3

This one was hiding, but I still thought it was a good shot. I figured out how to get the northern lights last night but they are blurry, I'll have to get a tripod and try it again.


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Oct 01, 2006 14:34 as a reply to  @ northrnxposur's post |  #4

I know, its not a good shot but I'll get some better ones when they decide to poke their head out again. Notice the big dipper, I thought that was rather cool too!


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Oct 01, 2006 14:35 as a reply to  @ northrnxposur's post |  #5

Debbie, these are great shots. It's always a delight to see snow capped mountains, I don't have that luxury where I'm staying.


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Oct 01, 2006 14:36 as a reply to  @ Olli's post |  #6

Thank you Olli. I love this state and being able to share it. My talent or the lack of haha? I promise it'll get better! <grin>




  
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Oct 01, 2006 14:44 |  #7

Beautiful mountain pictures! Hope you work out the problem with the northern lights, I'd love to see more pics of them. That is certainly something I don't get to see around here!




  
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Oct 01, 2006 14:49 |  #8

Hi saralonde, I will surely work on the lights. That was my first shot and only one before they disapeared. Im sure if I had it on a tripod it would have helped alot, but also getting up and away from any other lights as well. This was just a quick shot out my front door after reading my book a little to see what settings I should try. Im a beginer with no formal training at all, just a good eye and a new camera, so excuse the "bad" shots <smiling>




  
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Oct 01, 2006 14:56 |  #9

Hey, your mountain shots are great and I'm sure someone here will have ideas about how best to shoot your northern lights. BTW, welcome!




  
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Oct 01, 2006 14:57 as a reply to  @ Saralonde's post |  #10

Thank you! :)




  
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Oct 01, 2006 15:52 |  #11

beautiful mountainn photos. I am so used to houston, where the largest elevation was the bridge over the ship channel. sad


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Oct 01, 2006 16:58 |  #12

what a great shot i love the second one looks it belongs in a magazine.


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Oct 01, 2006 17:09 |  #13

Very beautiful pics ..good job Deb~


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Oct 01, 2006 22:14 |  #14

Those are beautiful mountain pictures. They look like postcard pics. Excellent!


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Oct 01, 2006 23:13 |  #15

Number 2 looks beautiful.

We got some snow in the interior. It melted already in the valleys, but there is lots of snow above 2,000 feet elevations.


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