Three Photos: Magnificent Alaska Skies

I just love these photos!

One of the amazing things about living in Alaska is the amazing sky that never seems to stop putting on a show. My friend Tracey at Birch Leaf Photography somehow manages to capture this. In these pictures, she’s caught the Aurora Borealis in some fantastic colors. Enjoy!

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  • Judith Adams

    This picture is beautiful. I would love to know what it feels like to look at this with my own eyes.

  • Lori W

    LOOOOVE when God’s artistry is on display like this! “God of Wonders, beyond our Galaxies….”

    • TrueBlue

      Excellent song.

  • http://Facebook Portia Fleming

    This is just spectacular. Wow !!!

  • http://wideopenground.com Lana

    So on my life bucket list!

    • melory

      On mine too!

  • joanne

    Breathtaking!!!!

  • Wilma Turner Darnell

    Absolutely gorgeous!!! “His were the planets and stars in the sky…” – an awesome reminder of God’s creativity … thank you, Bristol, for sharing this!

  • Thomas

    There ya are Bristol, have missed ya. The photos are great, here in Washington we see a lot of gray!

  • Joseph

    Gorgeous!!! I’ve always loved the Aurora Borealis!

  • http://FB Cricket Nichols

    That is as beautiful as it gets…..would love to visit Alaska!!!

  • http://tmskquilt.blogspot.com Tara Kos

    I think #3 is the best .. they are absolutely beautiful photos :) Thanks for sharing Bristol!

  • Georgia

    The photos are breathtaking, Bristol. Thank you so much for sharing them.

  • http://auroranotify.com Amy

    I love the photos! Great job Birch Leaf!

  • David

    Beautiful Photos, Bristol.
    Thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.msfight.org Ian

    Bristol, Such stunning and wonderful photos! I miss the Alaskan night so much. I was forced to leave Alaska because of my Multiple Sclerosis in 2003, and I miss it so much. On 9/11/2001, I looked at the night sky and saw the largest display of Northern Lights I have ever witnessed. And the amazing thing is that when I looked at the lights that night, I saw many small vertical bands of brighter lights in each horizontal band. I was in awe, and felt that I was watching the souls of those we lost that day, lining up as they made their way to heaven. It was so beautiful! All of the Red, Green and Purple, just amazing. I felt that for a moment I was given sight to see all of those souls being showered by God’s Grace and embraced by his Love. I will never forget the sky that night. <3

    - Ian S.
    msfight.org

  • wrenaroo

    About Me (what the real Bristol bio should read)

    I’m an unwed teenage mother of one son named Tripp and live in Wasilla, Alaska. I’m also the contributor to the actual author of my memoir Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far A Block Away From My Home, which reached the New York Times Best Sellers List thankful to my mom’s many supporters and those who stop at train wrecks to ogle. I also appeared on ABC-TV’s Dancing with the Stars for reasons unknown to many. Though I didn’t receive the coveted mirror ball trophy, I reached the finals and ultimately placed third during season eleven. This was not in any way reflective of my dancing talent or coordination (or lack there of); but again due to my mom’s many fans. I frequently speak in front of groups across the country instead of going to college where I could learn instead pretending to know things. I focus on inspirational and pro-life topics because they are not based in fact and tug at the heart of conservatives. Also, I star in an upcoming reality series, Life’s a Tripp, which will be cancelled due to bad acting and obvious scripting. I am doing nothing presently to formally earn a living like a normal single mom; as in a actual 9-5 job or attending college to earn a degree and pursue a career.

    • melory

      We hear your cry for help and will pray that you find purpose in life and not be such a hater.

  • melory

    Grammy winner, Matt Redman – 10 000 reasons (Bless the Lord oh my soul)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtwIT8JjddM&feature=player_detailpage

  • Eddie Greenberg

    Thank you for the photos Bristol. I like the one on Facebook and will place it on my page too!

    Eddie


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