Termination Dust movin' down (clouds fog ). Photo by Budsgirl
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Termination Dust movin' down

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Monday October 19, 2009


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3. JoeScotty
8:54 PM GMT on October 22, 2009
The high mountains, even with snow caps, it looks very romantic.
Although I still want to have no winter, rather a golden autumn.:-)
The summer was too short and the autumn here, totally rained out.:-(
So I hope a couple of warm weeks *

A beautiful landscape


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2. Budsgirl
5:14 AM GMT on October 21, 2009
It is beautiful, but remember it rains... a lot!
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1. Stuckntexas
5:28 PM GMT on October 20, 2009
So very pretty, I want to live in Alaska !!!
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About Budsgirl


I live in SE Alaska and love it here on an island. It is so peaceful and beautiful. It rains a lot, but that means it is always green and the nice days make it worth it. There is always something worth taking a picture of even in the worst weather. I am so thankful to live here and feel blessed!

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