The Hood of Singatook
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"Long distance runaround ..
Long time ... waiting to feel the sound.
I still remember the dream THERE ..."
Known as "Mount Washington of the Seward Peninsula" or "3870," Mount Singatook can be photographed along the Nome-Teller Road during the short breath of each Alaskan summer.
Lens clouds indicate a dramatic change in weather. It would rain a total of 3-inches here the next day.
Looking for the sunshine ? Singatook catches a nasty assortment of inclement weather forming over the brewing Bering Sea to the west.
Makes me want coffee ... but NOT Starbucks!
July 26, 2012