As an Alaskan blogger, I feel obligated to post stunning scenic shots of the Last Frontier. There's just one little bitty problem. April is about the worst time of year for capturing anything remotely pretty or colorful. Big, wet snowflakes started to fall about 30 minutes ago. Big, wet snowflakes falling amongst barren, leafless trees . . .
Aren't you glad I took the time to step outside and
photograph this gorgeous landscape? No?
Well, how about this . . .
At least the sky is blue in this shot I snapped last week.
Although I am feeling the need to pop an anti-depressant after
looking at those bony tree fingers silhouetted against a cloudless sky.
Maybe a couple of cute kids will help my photography . . .
What? You don't appreciate a
good mud puddle when you see one?
Here, I guess this will have to do . . .
When in doubt, post a picture of a moose.
Dinner last night: spaghetti and meat sauce