Susanna in her Ski Skirt – Photo by Michael J. Sharp For Christmas I made Susanna a fleece ski skirt with matching hat, mittens and scarf. I hoped that she would wear it telemarking and touring. She wears it so much, that I think I will have to make her another one! This past Sunday […]
Susanna has Evolved – Into a Berry Bush – Photo by Al Sharp Turns out your mother was right! If you eat too much of one thing you will turn into it. Susanna has a love of all berries. She ate so many that she has now turned into a berry bush! Starting this spring […]
Denizen of the Deep – A Sculpin – Photo by Michael Sharp The summer of 2008 was full of surprises. While shrimping in Northwestern Fiord, the trap brought up more than the tasty Spot Prawns we expected. A sculpin had entered the trap, and only he knows how many shrimp he ate. The most amazing […]
Friend or Snack? – Photo by Susanna Sharp Thanks for taking a gander. If you find something that’s broken or missing, please let us know via our contact page. Thanks.
Bishop’s Beach – Photo by Michael Sharp The Omega Block suffocating us with sub-zero temperatures was smashed by a series of storms known collectively as a Pineapple Express: Storms connected to the tropics. The massive storms brought 100 m.p.h.(161 k.p.h) winds and several inches of rain. Warm rain. It had been -10ÂºF (-23ºC) and quickly […]
Bluewater Anchored in Taroka Arm Along the Outer Coast with Tilt Shift Effect – Photo by Michael Sharp Here is a sneak peak of the summer gallery: Bluewater anchored in Taroka Arm, a fjord on the Outer Coast. Past Granite Cape the Outer Coast is seldom visited. The tilt-shift effect gives a sense of scale, […]
Ice Rocks and Tilt Shift – Photo by Michael Sharp See a full size version of the image here. Everything is a matter of perspective. Are those white pebbles or ice-covered boulders? How big is the sky? How deep is the ocean? The cold temps continue, with highs just above 0ºF (-18ºC) and overnight lows […]
Frozen Edges, Michael by the Slurpee Sea – Photo by Susanna Sharp The first day of the year. A new project. A picture of the week. I can’t claim the idea as my own, it comes from a good friend that I don’t see nearly enough. Also, keep your eyes peeled for the revival of […]