Monthly Archives: March 2011

American alligator, Alligator mississippiensis (2009)

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Alligator mississipiensis, May 2009, somewhere on a dirt road in Big Cypress National Preserve in south Florida. Oh, the love! And I’m not kidding. I love alligators. Just love ‘em. I have to admit, I’m pretty excited to be moving … Continue reading

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Walking on Campus

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This is a test post, I admit it. I’m walking on campus and wanted to see how difficult it would be to shoot a photo, crop it, and then post it all on the phone. Looks like it’s so easy … Continue reading

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Colorado, July 2007

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I’m on campus at UAA and taking a moment to think more about that drive from Florida to Alaska in July of 2007, when we first moved to Alaska. I’m thinking about some of the places I won’t see again … Continue reading

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Kansas, July 2007

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In July of 2007, my wife, my mother, and I drove from Florida to Alaska. It was The Big Move. The Big Exciting Move. This was, of course, several years before the birth of our daughter. Given the freedom of … Continue reading

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June 2011: The Plan

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On 01 June 2011, I leave Anchorage and begin my two and a half week road trip to Florida, where I’ll meet up with Mumpower and Kid A at my folks’ house in Lake County. They’re flying separately to Florida, … Continue reading

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Chugach Roll

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Today, a simple photograph of a roll of Chugach slopes near Windy Corner on the Seward Highway of Turnagain Arm, Southcentral Alaska. This photograph was taken in March of 2008. The last series I was writing on Floridana Alaskiana before … Continue reading

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Featured Site: Adam Nemec Photography

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From time to time I’d like to feature blogs and sites I follow — stuff that really gets my juices going on these here tubes of the interweb. Of course, you’ll find a blogroll at the bottom of the Dust … Continue reading

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Knight anole, Anolis equestris (2008)

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One of the potential problems of relaunching and restarting a blog –especially one so focused on images– is the inevitable recycling of images. Sure, new material will come down the pipeline of time as new experiences are gained, but much … Continue reading

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Sixty-Eight Days

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In 68 days, we head out and leave Alaska for the Lower 48. Kid A and Mumpower will fly (first class) to central Florida on June 1st. I’ll begin my drive from Anchorage to Mt. Dora, Florida. It’s going to … Continue reading

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Southern Black Racer

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Okay, one last setting-the-blog-up for the day… Here’s a photograph of a Southern black racer, Coluber constrictor priapus, from back in 2006. It’s a good looking snake, no doubt — and the photograph is one of my better ones. So … Continue reading

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Turnagain Arm, Alaska

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And here’s the third official launch/text post. And I do believe it may be the last. Everything seems to be lined up and working fine… To celebrate the joy, here’s a shot from earlier in March 2011, down on Turnagain … Continue reading

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The New Mobility

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The New Mobility, baby… So, I’ve been playing around a bit with WordPress this morning, seeing what I can get away with on the iPad, learning what I can do to avoid having to be on an old-fashioned Mac Machine… … Continue reading

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Welcome to Dust Tracks on the Web!

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Welcome to Dust Tracks on the Web, the digital home of Janson Jones. I’ve been blogging in one form or another since 1996 or 1997, I forget exactly when — though I do know it was before the world was … Continue reading

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