Posted by: kerryl29 | August 27, 2018

Intermission

I type this entry from just outside Denali National Park in Alaska.  I arrived in Fairbanks, via Chicago and Seattle, late Thursday night and, after spending a day in the Fairbanks area, decamped to Denali on Saturday.  Details of the trip will be provided in entries posted in the forthcoming weeks, but since I don’t take the time to do any image processing when I’m on the road I won’t be able to post any photos until I return to the Chicago are on September 5.

In the meantime…talk among yourselves.

Having never been to Alaksa until this trip, I contrast the visual experiences here with those from the location most familiar to me for photography–the Morton Arboretum in DuPage County, Illinois.  So, for your (hopefully) visual pleasure, I present a few images from the arboretum.  “See” you in September, with details from the Last Frontier.

Bluebells Intimate, Morton Arboretum, DuPage County, Illinois

Oaks and Maples, Morton Arboretum, DuPage County, Illinois

“Shadowland” black & white; Morton Arboretum, Illinois

Redbud Meadow, Morton Arboretum, DuPage County, Illinois

A Celebration of Color, Morton Arboretum, Du Page Country, Illinois

 

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Responses

  1. Beautiful images – the fall leaves is my favorite, and the bluebells and redbud are wonderful too. What an adventure you’re on! Have a great time.

    • Thanks very much! It’s been a good trip thus far.

  2. Can’t wait to see what you come back with from the far north! Thanks for the celebration of color! 😀

    • Thanks very much, Gunta!


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