Title: "Knik River Road Below Zero"
© Alaskan Artist Dianne Roberson
Knik River Road | Palmer, Alaska
Stock # PD 419
Medium: Photography | Color Print on glossy paper
Size: 20" w by 16" h $ 45.00
Size: 14" w by 11" h $ 35.00
Description: Snow scene in February driving on the Knik River Road near Palmer, Alaska. The lowest
recorded temperature in Alaska was -80 degrees F, in Prospect Creek, on January 23, 1971. The snow starts
falling in early to mid-October and it stays on the ground till April. A dramatic winter phenomenon is the
building up of hoarfrost on trees. Because the Anchorage 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.
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
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