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  • Mendenhall Glacier, No.1
    This is a long view—420mm lens—of huge ice structures—you’d hardly be able to see people in it. Seen from the hiking trail on the west side of the glacier. Tongass National Forest, near Juneau, Alaska. 2010.
  • Mendenhall Glacier, No.2
    This is a long view—200mm lens—of huge ice structures—quite a bit larger than people. Seen from the hiking trail on the west side of the glacier. Tongass National Forest, near Juneau, Alaska. 2010.
  • Mendenhall Lake Rushes
    Lazy ripples in a glassy surface reflect rushes in this campground pond at the edge of Mendenhall Lake. Tongass National Forest, near Juneau, Alaska. 2010.
  • Suspended In Reflection
    Nancy Lake. Nancy Lake State Recreation Area, near Willow, Alaska. 2010.
  • Pipeline in the Brooks Range
    The Alaska pipeline, southbound from Prudhoe Bay, crosses the east-west running Brooks Range. These photos were made on the north slope of the Brooks Range, including Galbraith Lake and Atigun Pass—where the pipeline is buried. 2010.
  • Viewing Denali Wildlife
    Most people are allowed to go deep into the park only contained in rattle-trap tour buses. This system protects the wildlife, and shapes the visitors’ experiences as you can see from my photo journal of one day’s ride. Denali National Park, Alaska. 2010.
  • Visiting Mendenhall Glacier
    How do Americans experience the out of doors? Kayaking or hiking? Helicopter tours? It’s our choice, for ourselves and the planet. The kayaker is Charohn Dawson, with his son. Tongass National Forest, near Juneau, Alaska. 2010.
  • Fishing Lynn Canal
  • Pipeline in the Yukon Watershed
    North of Fairbanks, the Alaska pipeline crosses the Yukon River. The central panel shows it ascending to the crossing. The other scenes were found nearby, including Alexandra Myers lifting the pipe a smidgen. 2010.
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