Images of the month Fall, 2015

November 2nd, 2015 by Carl D

hey Folks,

Whoops sorry about this. I haven’t posted in a while. Things were pretty hectic since July, and I’ve now got a little bit of down time so I’ll try to make up for that. Instead of posting an Image of the Month for November, I’ll upload a handful of photos, one for August – Nov. So, without further adieu

Image of the Month August 2015 – Chitistone Canyon, Wrangell – St. Elias National Park

Part of the Goat Trail hike, the view down Chitistone Canyon, in Wrangell - St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska.
Part of the Goat Trail hike, the view down Chitistone Canyon, in Wrangell – St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Please click the image above to view the full size version of this photo.

Image of the Month, September 2015 – Hiking in Arrigetch Creek, Gates of the Arctic National Park

Fresh snow covers the boreal forest of Arrigetch Creek, near Arrigetch Peaks, in Alaska's Gates of the Arctic National Park. Brad's enjoying (at this point) a great day of hiking. :)
Fresh snow covers the boreal forest of Arrigetch Creek, near Arrigetch Peaks, in Alaska’s Gates of the Arctic National Park. Brad’s enjoying (at this point) a great day of hiking. 🙂 Click the image for the full size version.

Image of the Month, October 2015 – Brown bears wrestling, Katmai National Park

2 large adult male brown bears stand and wrestle at the river's edge, backed by some nice fall color.
2 large adult male brown bears stand and wrestle at the river’s edge, backed by some nice fall color. See the full size image by clicking on this one.

Image of the Month, November 2015 – Polar bears wrestling in the water, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

2 young polar bears, siblings, wrestling in the water. We were super lucky to enjoy this show they put on, lasted nearly an hour. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.
2 young polar bears, siblings, wrestling in the water. We were super lucky to enjoy this show they put on, lasted nearly an hour. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. Click and enjoy.

There ya have it folks, the last 4 months in 4 photos. How was your summer?

Cheers

Carl

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