The weather in Montana was so cold it drove us north to Anchorage where it was much warmer. A visit didn’t get in the way of taking a few days to spend in Whittier, where it rained the whole time we were there. Usually Whittier is snowy in mid November, not this year, just wet. The morning that we headed back to Anchorage was beautiful, we took a side trip to the Portage valley. We were there when the time changed so we were unusually early due to the time change. It proved to be a great time for pictures. Just a few.
A shot across Turnagain Arm that struck me as a tropical shot in my photo browser. I just was not in the tropics when I took this.
I like sunsets too. This one was especially colorful
Reflections are one of my favorite things to photograph. This lake was so serene looking I had to capture it.
The fall colors were just starting to develop when we took a drive down the Seward Highway. This was taken just a day before the 100 mile per hour winds and downpour.