One day I missed the border closure by 20 minutes, because I didn't know at the time that the last 40 miles of the road on the USA side were washboard dirt. So I had to spend the night here. This view is looking into Canada.
One of many crevasse fields near Mt. McKinley
Position is approximate. Taken on the way to from the Ruth Gorge to base camp on Denali.
A rock glacier is a pile of talus with an ice core. Some of them flow downhill just like a normal glacier, although much slower.
Sealions laze in Kenai Fjords National Park.
Sunbeams illuminate sheets of blowing rain over one of the massive glaciers that flow off the slopes of Denali.
Fairbanks lies in this broad valley.
A view of Fire Island at sunset.
It's difficult to see in this small version of the photo, but you can make out a diagonal line in the lower left portion of the photo. That's the trail of the season. It goes back and around the mass on the right towards the distant ridge and from there ascends more directly towards the summit.
A very distant view of the North Ogilvie Mountains, I believe.