REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Friday, September 8, 2017

Palmer Junction in Early September

One of the main rural roads out of town is Palmer Junction Road; it runs north for more than 20 miles. The unusual thing about this rural road is that it's paved. (The reason for that is a fish hatchery where spring chinook salmon are raised and released.) Driving this road is a good way to spend an early evening in late summer, when it's too hot to do anything else.  The light was strange because of the smoke from forest fires.











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Ida said...

I loved the Birch Tree shot but they were all great.