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I took a little flight with my friend and well-known bush pilot, Dave Doyon, to the West coast of Prince of Wales Island. He wanted to scout out the weather to see what the outer coast was like, where he might be spotting schools of fish for seiners later on. We were flying lower and lower as the ceiling deteriorated and we had to turn back after passing by Arcada Rock, a large limestone arch formation. Captivated by this natural monument complete with the eagle perched on it, I felt it was a readymade painting. I snapped a quick photo as we zipped passed doing about 120mph. In my typical fashion to evoke sensation, I tilted the horizon to give the viewer a sense of being a little off balance and airborne, flying with the bald eagle, like we were.

Arch of Pelago

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