Denali at dusk

After one of the coldest winters I can remember, including the 5th coldest January on record, February has started off with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark. Needless to say a wonderful change. Not only is it warmer but the light is coming back, making it all around a much more enjoyable place to call home. One can not forget that it is still winter, and temperatures could easily plunge far below zero. Here is a picture I took November 18, 2011, a day we set a record at 41 below zero.  The foreground of Fairbanks city lights are back-dropped by Denali, the tallest peak in North America. Cheers to summer.

Denali background and city lights, November 18, 2011.


3 Comments on “Denali at dusk

  1. The colours and tones in that sky are so incredible. It’s a really fine example of nature at play and how beautifully in sync the world can look sometimes.

  2. Pingback: Denali and Fairbanks at Dusk | Robin's Light Writing

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