Historic photos show early Alaska The earliest photo in the Alaska state archives is from 1868, a year after the United States purchased Alaska from Russia. The photo is a landscape of Sitka, and is one of many taken by Eadweard Muybridge, a photographer who was hired by the government to travel...
(from the February 2012 issue) Planning a trip to Alaska? Or looking for somewhere off the beaten path? Here are some spots that should not be missed. [by the Editors of Alaska magazine]
Chasing and capturing the shimmering northern lights [by Todd Salat]
A man with an unusual quest [by Tracy Ross]
Wandering the Brooks Range [by Floris van Breugel]
A cool city for more reasons than the weather. [by Michelle Theall]
The power of convenience entices a pro shooter. [by Nick Jans]
Whether the weather be cold, or whether the weather be hot, whatever the weather, no matter the weather, always bring a SPOT! At least that is Ed and Elias Stratton’s motto after an incident they had traveling down the Skwentna River. Elias Stratton and his father Ed had both navigated the river...
Pack Creek offers visitors a chance to see bears in their natural environment. [by Bjorn Dihle]
Remembering Talkeetna’s honorary mayor Few, if any, have left a paw print on Alaska quite like Stubbs. The rusty orange cat who served as honorary mayor of Talkeetna lost the last of his nine lives in July, and his passing was mourned by fans across the state and the nation. He was 20 years...