After spending a short night on the summit of Mt. McGinnis in Juneau, Ak, I awoke at 3am for sunrise. It was a furious hunt looking for some silene acaulis (cushion pink flowers) that were facing north. They have a tendency to face south, but I found a patch on the edge of a cliff that were looking the right direction. I hung from the edge as the sun began to rise for this shot over the frozen blue sea.
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