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Summertunes

Concert-goers enjoy chamber music, and a break in the weather. (Photo Bethany Goodrich/Sitka Conservation Society)


Like a curtain opening, the clouds lifted and a longish stretch of dreary weather ended just as Sitka Summer Music Festival musicians tuned up for a noontime concert in Sitka National Historical Park on Wednesday (6-20-12). Sitka Conservation Society media intern Bethany Goodrich captured this image of a young family soaking in the music and the sunshine.

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