Sunrise on the Chilkat Range on Jan. 6. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Sunrise on the Chilkat Range on Jan. 6. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

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Courtesy Photo / Kenneth Gill, gillfoto
Common Redpoll and Chestnut-backed Chickadee perched on a bird feeder on Jan. 10.

Courtesy Photo / Kenneth Gill, gillfoto Common Redpoll and Chestnut-backed Chickadee perched on a bird feeder on Jan. 10.

Photo by Deborah Rudis
Golden light along the John Muir Cabin Trail on Jan. 12.

Photo by Deborah Rudis Golden light along the John Muir Cabin Trail on Jan. 12.

Photo by Deborah Rudis
View from Eaglecrest on a bluebird day on Jan. 11.

Photo by Deborah Rudis View from Eaglecrest on a bluebird day on Jan. 11.

Photo by Deborah Rudis
View from Montana Creek Road on Jan. 10.

Photo by Deborah Rudis View from Montana Creek Road on Jan. 10.

New snow on Mount McGinnis from Montana Creek Road on Jan. 9. (Photo by Deborah Rudis)

New snow on Mount McGinnis from Montana Creek Road on Jan. 9. (Photo by Deborah Rudis)

Photo by Denise Carroll
Sunrise reaching Cowee Creek on Jan. 6.

Photo by Denise Carroll Sunrise reaching Cowee Creek on Jan. 6.

Photo by Denise Carroll
Frozen surface on a Cowee Creek slough on Jan. 6.

Photo by Denise Carroll Frozen surface on a Cowee Creek slough on Jan. 6.

Photo by Denise Carroll
Hoarfrost on winter cow parsnip on Jan. 6.

Photo by Denise Carroll Hoarfrost on winter cow parsnip on Jan. 6.

Echo Ranch horses gaze across Cowee Creek as hikers pass by on Jan. 6. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Echo Ranch horses gaze across Cowee Creek as hikers pass by on Jan. 6. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

River ice, open water and an icebound riverbank on Jan. 6. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

River ice, open water and an icebound riverbank on Jan. 6. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Photo by Denise Carroll
Meadow grass covered in rime waiting for spring on Jan. 6.

Photo by Denise Carroll Meadow grass covered in rime waiting for spring on Jan. 6.

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