Saturday, March 31, 2007

more from on top of the world

These were taken on March 27, 2007 from a friend's home. Overlooking Anchor Point, then the bay, then the mountains across the way. Note: no clouds. I hope you can see the montains well enough--they are at least 25 miles across the bay from Anchor Point.
As you can see there is a lot of snow yet. We are above freezing however every day. The winter king tournament is being held because the the ice in the bay all went out to sea and the ice in the harbor broke up enough for boat launching.
It is hard to wait sometimes for it all to be gone and gonna be a little later than normal this year.


Lynnette said...

What a gorgeous view! I miss Alaska. Keep up the blogging and truly think you could publish a book on Alaska scenery! Love your DD, Lynnette

Gail said...

I love how beautiful snow is, it always excites me. What a beautiful day this was, may favorite place for blue is a wonderful sky like this. Your area is amazing. Thanks for sharing it.

Susan said...

Great photos! I don't like being in snow, but it surely photographs beautifully.