Yin Yang Photo #2

An absract photo, shadow and light, winterm representing yin yang, on snow bank, Wrangell St. Elias National park, Alaska.

Hey Folks,

A follow-up to my ‘snowbank’ scene. I’d been reading a bit of eastern philosophy, some of which I really admire, and the yin yang idea resonated strongly with me. It just seems, so clearly, to represent the world; light and shadow, sound and silence, space and solid, energy and matter, left and right, short and tall, love and fear, being and non-being. The philosophy delves much more deeply than those mere examples of its (yin yang) manifestation, but I won’t go into all that at the moment. It’s pretty cool stuff though, check it out.

Not quite a yin yang photo, but here’s another abstract from this little snowbank.

An Abstract photo, in black and white, of a snowbank or snow dune, showing shadows and light, winter, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Alaska.



6 thoughts on “Yin Yang Photo #2

  1. Ron Niebrugge

    Hey Carl,

    Looks like a fun subject!

    I gotta admit, after spending days and days adjusting photos and removing dust spots – as hard as I try, I can’t stop my eye from going straight to the dust bunny in the top photo.

    I bet your snow is going fast now, ours sure is!


  2. Carl D Post author

    Hey Ron,

    Yeah man, the snow is going .. but there’s stil tons for skiing, especially early in the morning . cold nights make for good morning skiing! up high on the ridges, unless they face west and/or north, there’s still pretty good snow.

    ‘dust bunny’?? that’s a snowshoe hare. 🙂



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