Creation Eye Candy


Tundra’s fall color peak is an ephemeral event, lasting but a few days. This year we were blessed to catch this incredible kaleidoscopic explosion of colors at Denali National Park.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, here’s 7,000. They scarcely begin to define the vibrant hues of crimson and gold carpeting the vast wilderness that silently awed us in wonder. Wish you could have been there.

I stand in awe of your deeds Lord …” – Habakkuk 3:2

Keep Looking Up . . . His Best is Yet to Come!

Denali National Park Road
Tundra Crimson
Wilderness Gold
Tundra Gold Nugget
Effulgent Carpet
Tundra Wash
Nenana River

8 thoughts on “Creation Eye Candy

  1. Yes, very blessed. I saw a red maple all turned today. Need to take camera along.
    Spending days bedside at hospital (daughters…long story but things looking positive)
    I hope not to miss fall.

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  2. Our Dad is still the best artist brother, and I’ve seen some paints beautiful masterpieces He has painted in your corner of creation too. We are blessed!

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