Sunrise from the house on General’s Hill.
UniSea fish processing plant at twilight. Unalaska, January 2019.
January wade at Summer Bay. Unalaska 2019.
Celebrity sightings in Unalaska: Pearl Dietrick.
For those who haven’t met her in person but frequent the Rookery Cafe in Juneau, look up on the left wall for the photo of a small white dog in the backpack of a smiling skier.
Unalaska, January 2019.
The F/V Nirvana. Unalaska. January, 2019.
Looking back toward town after the long and bumpy solo drive out to Morris Cove. The big work product this month - foraging for quiet. Unalaska, January 2019.
Emperor Geese (“perhaps the most striking goose in North America,” according to Birds of North America) migrate from sub-arctic Alaska & Russia to spend the winter in the (comparatively) mild Aleutian islands. After population declines in the ‘80s and ‘90s, Alaska residents got the opportunity to hunt them again for the first time in the fall of 2017 (and the season expanded to include non-residents as in 2018). Alas, like any true Emperor, the bag limit is one. Unalaska, January 2019.
A rare break in the clouds in downtown Unalaska. January 2019.
The famous and elusive Aleutian beach chair.
Unalaska. January 2019.