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This was taken this morning. The sun trying to break through the clouds on an otherwise grey raining day. What caught my eye was the clouds hugging the mountains. They were very thick and touched the water. Not a rare sight at this end of Prince William Sound, but breathaking nonetheless. The small pier is used for barges and similar types of cargo ships.

There is still a small amount of snow remaining on the mountains. When the weather finally clears, (two weeks of rain here) the next few sunny days will melt the remaining snow. The first snow of the new winter, which Alaskans call Termination Dust, will arrive anywhere between mid August and late December.

I tried using NeatImage for the second time. Worried that it had taken away the sharpness of the image.

Still using my Sony P32. I find it affects detail in my shots. Will upgrage this summer.

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