Updates from February 20, 2006
There are no trout here, but this beautiful river in Alaska is home to large Arctic Grayling and several species of salmon.
I spotted this moose calf resting in the snow across the road from the river I was photographing in Alaska in late February.
The high gradient kept this stretch of the river open despite the frigid winter temperature in central Alaska.
This is not a sunset picture, but a midday picture in Alaska in the winter. The sun is low in the sky all day at that time of year.
This rock formation overlooks a grayling stream on the central Alaskan road system.
A thick layer of ice clings to the branches of low bushes over an Alaskan river in the winter.
Some pretty winter scenery in Alaska.
Dusk over a frozen grayling stream in Alaska.
This is a small, photogenic tributary of the main river I was photographing in Alaska.
A tangled canopy of fir trees overhangs a small, completely frozen tributary of a grayling stream in central Alaska.
High hills in central Alaska overlook a mostly frozen river.
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