After a sunny afternoon of spring skiing in Girdwood, I decided to hang around Turnagain Arm yesterday to photograph the moonrise over the Chugach Mountains. Good thing I did, because I would later come up empty-handed from chasing the lunar eclipse. After driving home, unloading my gear and dragging my aching body into bed, I barely caught two hours of much needed sleep before my alarm woke me. I pulled myself together, grabbed my camera bag and hit the trail with a hot cup of tea in hand. I hiked out about a mile to shoot the eclipse, only to watch clouds roll in and hide the moon after I set up. C'est la vie, it was a nice night for a sleepwalk through the forest.