Saturday, January 9, 2010

Picture Day - Scenery

Josh and I have been meaning to go out just to take pictures around base and his work for a long time and on the 13th of December we finally made it happen. This post contains all the scenic pictures we took.

Ice crystals on a pile of old snow by Jewel beach.

Frosty Jewel beach.

And the other direction...there was a lot of erosion from a big storm in November.

A view of Old Woman with Barometer behind, the exchange building is in the foreground.

Old Women bay frozen over!

See how thick the ice is!



No boat launching this time of year.

Close up of ice crystals, so pretty!

In the center of this photo you can see the path one of the ships made coming in to the dock.

A buoy frozen in the ice.

I find it very weird that these trees are growing on this old pier.

Where the ice starts to thin, closer to the open ocean.

A frozen lake on base.

A tree in the frozen water.

Josh on the lake.
(Ok, he's not really standing on the lake, but it looks pretty good)

Ice on ice.

So beautiful!

A frozen Cow Parsnip plant. Also known as Pushki.

Standing on the water.

Josh walking back toward the car after taking pictures of eagles, the building in the background is his work.

Just another pretty picture.

And one more.

We feel very blessed to live in such a beautiful place!

1 comment:

  1. Great pics Bonnie.

    Looks cold up there.

    We love you all.