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Mechele Linehan Gallery
16 pictures from the sentencing of stripper/killer Mechele Linehan
Five of our latest scenic pictures.
Here's a rare red one.
The Northern Lights can be many different colors.
One of my favorites.
I like the streaks on this photo.
Green - Red Aurora
It looked like there were two different Auroras going here.
Tok, Alaska - September 22nd, 2007.
Red Vertical Aurora
Another cool red Aurora.
I'd never been able to get a shooting star on film before this one.
Here's one with a swirl.
I like the talons on this eagle.
This bald eagle was about 30 feet from me.
Chum Salmon eye.
Sitka Black-Tailed Deer
Saw this doe while driving a back road.
This Red fox walked right into some perfect light.
This marmot found a perfect place to live and blend in.
This huge male was ten feet from me.
This female had a pretty good spot.
The salmon in his mouth is 3 feet long!
Sow and cubs
These bear cubs stuck to the mother like glue.
This young bear is about a year old.
This bear had a great spot for watching salmon.
This bear would walk along the shore then pounce on a salmon as it went by.
This female bear was great at fishing, not great at sharing though. Out of 15 fish she caught, she didn't give a single one to the cubs. Teaching them to fend for themselves I guess.
This female bear with cubs is listening to a lone male that moved into the family fishing hole. The mother ended up backing the little bear up about 50 feet before he ran off in to the forest.
Mother and cub
This female bear with a cub heard a male bear growl so she stood up to get a better look.
Jacob Pratt sorting halibut at Alaska Glacier Seafoods
The Owyhee pulling its net about two miles south of downtown Juneau.
Slimeline workers at Alaska Glacier Seafoods.
Offloading Yelloweye snappers from the F/V Bold Pursuit.
Processing salmon for Icy Straight Seafoods at Taku Smokeries.
Stacking the net on the deck of the Owyhee.
Deckhand Paul Burke.
The Owyhee setting its net about two miles south of downtown Juneau.
Over 200lb Halibut
A good sized halibut at Taku Smokeries in Juneau, Alaska.
I really like the look of this face.
This is certainly a one of a kind totem.
A classic Haida totem.
Side panel of totem in Juneau.
Great face from an amazing pole by Donald Varnell.
Posted September 4th, 2007.