5/09/2008

Scenes from Homer

Spending a couple of beautiful days in Homer Alaska before the fishing season opens -
It's a late spring here and still a few feet of snow at our place up on the ridge. It's been a whirlwind of trying to get ready and still spend time with family and friends.

View from the spit road on a clear day

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Beach combing in Seldovia

Boat ride with the nieces

Microfaults in marble in the 191Ma Seldovia Metamorphic Complex -a tiny glaucophane-bearing sliver along the Border Ranges Fault at Seldovia Bay.

4 comments:

david santos said...

Really beautiful!
I loved this post and this blog.
Have a nice weekend.

Trifarina said...

The niece looks a little green...

Callan Bentley said...

Wouldn't be Homer without the Xtra Tuffs...

Lost Geologist said...

Wonderful fotos! Very nice!