Fireweed blooms while a surreal flying saucer shaped cloud forms over the crest of Frigid Crags in Gates of the Arctic National
9532900017 © Eric Rorer / Aurora Photos
Image ID
9532900017
Copyright
Eric Rorer / Aurora Photos
License
Rights Managed
File size
51.4 MB - 3526 x 5100 px (11.75 x 17 inch @ 300dpi)
Releases
Not Necessary
Location
Gates of the Arctic National Par, Alaska, USA
Date Shot
06/15/2001
Caption
GATES OF THE ARCTIC NATIONAL PARK, ALASKA - JUNE, 2001: A cloud forms a surreal flying-saucer shape over Frigid Crags, a dramatic peak that forms the western column of the Gates of the Arctic, as named by famed naturalist Bob Marshall. The plant in the foreground is Fireweed, one of the most prolific blooming plants in northern Alaska. (Photo by Eric Rorer)
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