ALASKA LIGHT IN MOTION, a Photo Essay
To my Miami readers, I apologize, for I sought yet did not find such sights in south Florida. To my Alaskan readers, behold your home; for, this is a story often told in the artic landscape. Let none become indifferent. There has been no enhancement of these photos.
Little Susitna River, a child’s afternoon play.
Early morning serenity along Seward Highway.
Melting snow waterfall, Whittier.
Dusk on Resurrection Bay with sea otters.
Snow clouds over Resurrection River.
Fresh snow meets summer fog on Kenai Peninsula.
Light and dark converge over the Alaska Range.
Little Su River streams toward rapids.
The descent to the Matanuska River.
End of the day on the Matanuska River where it meets the Alaska Range.
Another trip north during the early spring-summer of 2014 began. This brilliant photo essay of light and creation unfolded everywhere I went. One can appreciate why Alaska is desirable. It is where the senses come alive, the air is clean and the water cold and clear.
It is where I came to understand who I am before my Creator. He brought me here for the first time in 1989. This planet will never truly be my home, for God has promised a new earth and a new heaven one day and I shall be a part of that; but, as long as I am a traveler in this broken world, this will always be my place of rest, inspiration and home. Not everyone can dwell here, but someone should. And so, Miami, I must leave you and return to my Alaskan roots.