Eagle River Valley at Zero Degrees (cold+snap snow winter mountains sky ). Photo by Whoodat
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Eagle River Valley at Zero Degrees

Uploaded by: Whoodat

Friday January 1, 2010

Caption: Alaskan frozen rivers in winter are often used as trails by skiers, snow=machiners, and out-doors people. This is a tributary of Eagle River, looking up-stream into the Chugach Mountains.

Manufacturer: Canon

Model: Canon EOS 20D

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Software: Adobe Photoshop CS Macintosh

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Compression: JPEG compression

Exposure Time: 1/400 sec.

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ISO Speed Ratings: 400

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Shutter speed: 8.64 EV (APEX: 20, 1/400 sec.)

Aperture: 6.92 EV (f/11.0)

Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV

Metering Mode: Pattern

Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 40.0 mm

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FlashPixVersion: FlashPix Version 1.0

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White Balance: Auto white balance

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2. Whoodat
1:49 AM GMT on August 07, 2011
Thank you, freebird ... very nice to hear from you. During the summer I don't spend much time on Wunder. I just checked in and found your kind note ... thank you for your thoughtful comments. I'm a life-long Alaskan: grew up here. My Granddad's background is from Virginia ... lots of kin there I've never met. Most folks here are "from somewhere else" so making people feel comfortable in the absence of family is natural for us. Some of the "outside" attitudes are creeping in, but among the "old timers" you still find the old-timee ways ... Y'all come visit, 'heah?

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1. freebird76
6:39 AM GMT on July 17, 2011
Hi from Alabama. I really enjoy your gallery and the effort you put into it. The closest I've been to AK would be between Seattle and Vancouver. Rob, my 18 yr old son has been visiting friends and family for about 3 weeks now. We talk each day and he's always got something interesting to tell me. He's like me, very new  at photograpy, but he's doing great. He wants to become a missionary and he voluntered for his 1st 2 weeks by working at a youth camp nearby. He told me that the people there are sort of like us here in the deep south, we believe in making folks feel like they belong and that's just a part of who we are. I'd like to see more of the Eagles there, since they are my favorite. Isaiah 40:31. Take care now.
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*** I'm a former approver and have not been posting for almost a year. I'll pop in and out periodically. Drop a note if you like ... maybe my past contacts are still around.My website is back! New host, new format, new items. Thanks for your many visits and comments!I haven't lived in Alaska all my life yet, but I'm working on it. I grew up on the Kenai Peninsula and have lived in the Anchorage area for the last 30 years. I'm happily married to a woman who is a much better photographer than I am! We travel around Alaska and elsewhere frequently. We have three daughters: all beautiful and intelligent! My brother is Travel Hal, also an excellent Photographer and one of the finest men I know. Like most people, I'll post images I like here but obviously not everyone likes the ones I do. So, after awhile I'll take the "stale" ones down and put new images up. I'm always receptive to thoughts, feedback and comments. Just saying "Hi" for no particular reason is fine, too. We Alaskans are a sociable bunch. My home page link is posted below under "photographer's web site", just click and go. If you check it out, have the courtesy of leaving a note. I usually answer if you leave your email address. Thanks for stopping by! Whoodat.Create your own visitor map

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