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 […]
As the sun set today the moon arose over the newly frosted Chugach. This is the view from the dining room table. Thanks for taking a gander. If you find something that’s broken or missing, please let us know via our contact page. Thanks.
GAAAAAAAAAA! WHERE IS THE SNOW! 36 inches of new snow. 20 inches of new snow. 24 inches of new snow. IN FREEKING COLORADO! Why am I making noises like a frustrated, caged tiger? Not because the avalanche danger is too high, not because the mountains around us are unbelievable but because we have traveled over […]
We whiled away the night under a perfect blanket of stars and talked of the ocean and adventures past. Eventually it was time for Norris and the dogs to return home. With promises to keep in touch, Norris zoomed off through the dark anchorage calling out “YeeeHaaa!!!” from his Big Red Zodiac.