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Ray Troll is a world-renowned Alaska-based artist, specializing in fish and paleontology art. This is from his Pancakes and Geology: Cruisin’ the Fossil Freeway.
I drew this image for the Cruisin’ the Fossil Freeway book and exhibit I did with Dr. Kirk Johnson. … I truly believe that everyone should know the geologic ages of our planet. They should be taught in kindergarten right alongside the ABCs as far as I’m concerned. I’m dead serious about this folks. And hey… they’re surprisingly easy to memorize and having this t-shirt in your wardrobe will make it even easier.
Website: Troll Art
Reblogged because this was done by an Alaskan artist.
Entertainment Center for Tugboat Ethan B on Flickr.
Tugboats are very slow, sometimes taking weeks to reach their destinations. So it’s important to have as many diversions as possible.
I toured the Ethan B as part of the 2010 Juneau Maritime Festival.
Juneau Maritime Festival 2010, a set on Flickr.
I didn’t take nearly enough pictures of this event. Not pictured here but available on Flickr are some tugboat interiors.
Forest Ecology Trail May 2010, a set on Flickr.
Photos taken from a walk along the Mendenhall Camping Groups Forest Ecology Trail. A hundred years ago, the trail was covered by 200 feet of ice.
Mendenhall Lake Reflections on Flickr.
An early dawn photo taken at the Mendenhall Campgrounds in May 2010. I love the many places in Juneau where you can find water reflections.
Mendenhall campgrounds, a set on Flickr.
Photos from a local campground in Juneau.
Looking back on my photo sets, 2010 was a good year for hiking.
Mount Jumbo August 2010, a set on Flickr.
Breathtaking views from one of the more breath-taking hikes in Juneau. At least for a casual day hiker like myself.