Today after work I decided to take the more scenic (if there is such a thing) route home via the Old Glenn Highway. Once again the clouds were out in all their glory and I decided to stop at the Old Glenn Highway bridge just outside of Butte, Alaska. The bridge crosses over the Matanuska River and is now used as a conduit for power lines running thru the area.
Now that the snow is melting and we’re up to 13 hours of daylight, I can finally find the time once again to venture out after work. The endless scenery catches my eye around seemingly every corner and places me in a zone of creativity. Saw this on the way home the other day and couldn’t resist but get side tracked on the way home. There is all her beauty was Pioneer Peak, located in the vast Matanuska Valley, with cloud formations moving in and out around her. Calumet 4×5 Wood Field, 210 Caltar II-N, f5.6 lens, TMax 400, f22 @ 1/15th sec, red filter, processed in D76 1:1.
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