Goodbye cruel winter IT’S TELLING THAT I STORE EACH YEAR’S March snapshots in a folder labeled “Spring” rather than “Winter.” By March, we in the northern latitudes are all too ready to call a sunny 20-degree day spring.
Cameras I have known and lost
One Point of Agreement [by Michelle Theall]
A thousand casts is a small price to pay. [by Russ Lumpkin]
“Come, and follow me…” resonated like a spiritual [by Russ Lumpkin]
(from the February 2017 issue) Being nice when you don’t have to be. [by Russ Lumpkin]
In Alaska, even a lazy photographer can take decent photos [by Russ Lumpkin]
Making small talk with the cab driver, I sipped coffee on the way to the Juneau airport. The rainy morning continued a string of rainy mornings. I checked in and wound through security, made it to the other side of the human scanner, and stood in sock feet. My pack, however, didn’t make it. “Is...
Justin Savidis greets me (and a handful of other summer mushers) at the Ididaride Sled Dog Tours property in Seward. With his long, light red hair and freckles, he looks more like Opie Taylor than who he is: a rugged, four-time Iditarod competitor working as a guide at the Seavey’s kennel. As...
Make no mistake, the brown bears own Katmai. At best you’re a guest on this part of the Alaska Peninsula, at worst you’re dinner. Warnings aside, if you’re one of those adventurous souls who can’t imagine heading to Alaska without seeing one of its most famous...