Title:     "Ice Pond "

© Alaskan Artist Dianne Roberson

Palmer, Alaska

Stock #  PD 404

Medium:     Photography    |    Color P
rint on glossy paper

Size:  20" w by 16" h          $ 45.00       

Size:  14" w by 11" h           $ 35.00      

Description:     A frozen creak that ends at Knik River Road.  A dramatic winter phenomenon is the building up of
hoarfrost on trees. Because the Mat-Su Valley area often has several windless days in a row, a thick layer of
hoarfrost sometimes builds up on exposed surfaces, turning them a frosty white.
In Anchorage, the sun rises around 10:30 a.m. and sets around 3:30 on the shortest day in the winter.  Winter
temperatures in Anchorage average in the teens, and it gets colder as you go north. Forty-below (Fahrenheit)
isn't unusual in Fairbanks.

This print is treated with an ultra violent protective coating.  It will be rolled and inserted into a mailing tube.  I will
also insert a sheet with information about this print.  It will be mailed first class by the U.S. Postal Service and
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