“Spring's Magic”

© 2012

“…Spring time tides surge up Turnagain Arm filling the divide between the Chugach Mountains to the north and the Kenai Mountains to the south. A low setting full moon reflects sunlight casting its angelic sweet light over the land below. High above Earth in the southeastern night a very rare and massive auroral curtain awash in rich color cascades down from the Heavens. As Alaska begins to gain about 6-12 minutes of sunshine every day after the Spring Equinox, the view to the stars will diminish. Nighttime will become scarcer and the atmosphere will be too lit to allow the light of spring’s magic to appear for another year…”

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