Sunrise at Auke Rec on Nov. 12. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

Sunrise at Auke Rec on Nov. 12. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

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Moonrise over Auke Bay on Oct. 25. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

Moonrise over Auke Bay on Oct. 25. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

Sunset looking toward Admiralty Island on Oct. 25. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

Sunset looking toward Admiralty Island on Oct. 25. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

Looking westward towards Admiralty Island at sunset on Nov. 18. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

Looking westward towards Admiralty Island at sunset on Nov. 18. (Photo by Joe Orsi)

A swan in a pond near the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 2. (Photo by Leslie Holzman)

A swan in a pond near the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 2. (Photo by Leslie Holzman)

Late fall foliage along the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 18. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Late fall foliage along the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 18. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Wetlands near the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 18. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Wetlands near the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 18. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Along the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 18. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Along the Airport Dike Trail on Nov. 18. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Beer bread or artist’s conk dusted with snow seen on the North Douglas Bluff Trail on Nov. 15. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Beer bread or artist’s conk dusted with snow seen on the North Douglas Bluff Trail on Nov. 15. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

One dinner-plate sized mushroom spread out like a fan on the Bluff Trail in North Douglas. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

One dinner-plate sized mushroom spread out like a fan on the Bluff Trail in North Douglas. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

An oak leaf that let go of its branch and drifted to the sidewalk in the flats on Nov. 18. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

An oak leaf that let go of its branch and drifted to the sidewalk in the flats on Nov. 18. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

A flotilla of sea ducks in the downtown boat harbor, possibly Barrows Goldeneye on Nov. 17. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

A flotilla of sea ducks in the downtown boat harbor, possibly Barrows Goldeneye on Nov. 17. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

After many grey Juneau days, a lovely sunset on Nov. 18. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

After many grey Juneau days, a lovely sunset on Nov. 18. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

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