On a beautiful, clear, calm afternoon, a solitary runner powered his way up the Mt Marathon race trail to the top of the world. The down trail, though partially filled with snow, was too icy so the runner quickly completed his descent down to the Bowl, Bench Trail and home. […]
SEWARD, Alaska – It wasn’t that late, but the sun does not linger in November. I shot out to Lowell Point beach at 4 pm just in time to watch the clouds in the western sky transition from white to an ever-deepening pink, and the bay blush in concert. As […]
SEWARD, Alaska (Seward City News) – By: Ron Niebrugge – Aurora borealis over Seward, Alaska. This was last night at around 3:30 a.m. – that is my little home town of Seward at the base of the mountains. What an amazing night! www.wildnatureimages.com www.my-photo-blog.com
Here is another one from last northern light show in Seward last Tuesday night, Wednesday morning. Photo courtesy of Ron Niebrugge.
Wednesday, October 2 Sunrise 8:06 am, sunset 7:25 pm for a total day length of 11 hours and 18 minutes. Tomorrow will be 5 minutes and 24 seconds shorter. After a hard rain last night, the crack of dawn brought exhausted clouds and freshly washed, vibrant fall colors to the […]
Folks along the north end of Fifth and Sixth Avenue have no doubt noticed several people with binoculars wandering around the past two days, scanning the Mt Ash trees and cottonwoods. What are they doing??? It’s another very unusual bird. This one was spotted on Monday by Jen Linkhart. She had […]
Resurrection Bay – yesterday from Mt. Marathon, Seward, Alaska. Photo by Ron Niebrugge Enjoy Ron’s photo blog here: http://www.my-photo-blog.com/resurrection-bay?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+RonNiebruggesPhotoBlog+%28Niebrugge+Images+Photo+Blog%29
Seward, Alaska Sporadic Bird Report A few days ago, I noticed two BALD EAGLES stroking swiftly with deadly determination towards me. The adult seemed to be pursuing the subadult, quickly closing the gap. I immediately froze, camera at the ready. Whenever two eagles (or ravens) get that close, something interesting […]
A small but dramatically colored bird called a Siberian Accentor, is creating quite a stir in the bird world. This rare bird should be in northern Siberia! Kit and Janet Durnil found the bird in dense alders and small spruce in town on January 22nd. I documented the bird and […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Posted: 05 Dec 2012 11:06 AM PST Here is another one from my hike last weekend. Standing dead trees usually only remain standing for a couple of years in these parts thanks to our wet, extreme weather. The wet rots the wood, and […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Posted: 03 Dec 2012 04:00 AM PST This was from a hike in Portage Valley this past Saturday. It was a bit cold for this time of year, at least in this area – the temperature varied from 10 to 15 below Fahrenheit. […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Posted: 26 Nov 2012 11:39 AM PST This was last night (Sunday) from my front porch! This is looking across the bay at Mt. Alice through a 70-200 telephoto. There is no question I have more photos of this mountain then any other […]
Posted: 24 Jul 2012 11:23 AM PDT Ron Niebrugge Images Humpback whales bubble net feeding, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska. I’m back from my Kenai Fjords National Park photo tour. The bad news, we had pretty bad weather – well, really bad – it rained the whole time and clouds […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Mom keeping a close eye on a very young moose. Seward, Alaska. This came about thanks to a tip from our friends at Log Dreamin’ B and B. Moose babies are sure cute!
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Kenai Peninsula, Chugach National Forest, Alaska. Here is another photo from Christmas morning. This was about 10 minutes earlier then the one I posted here on Monday. The trees you see near the top of the little hill are the same ones in […]
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog Aerial photo of Aialik-Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska. Im trying to get caught up on my editing going back to last August! Here is a little different view of Aialik Glacier taken from a helicopter with the door removed a few months […]