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Winter drifts across Table Rock mesa

The thick smear of clouds that concealed the sky all day is beginning to tear apart. I drop responsibilities at the office and head for my camera, a device I haven’t touched with purpose since October 31. I don a winter hat and down parka and turn for the hills, where I arrive about an […]

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Boise twilight: 11 p.m.

Near the Summer Solstice at northern latitudes (roughly the 44th parallel in Boise) twilight lasts a long, long time. When the sun sets, it sets diagonally, and sunsets actually work their way north along the horizon long after the actual sun has gone down. A few years ago I climbed to the top of a […]

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