How spending more time with people will make you a better photographer
I traveled twice to Shishmaref, a really remote island off the coast of Alaska, both times in June to record the effects of climate change.
There's no place like Nome
By 1900, gold had turned Nome was turning it into the biggest city in what was then the Alaska Territory. Three nuggets found in 1904, and worth almost $700,000 today, give an idea of the wealth to be won by the lucky.
Nome, Alaska, the last frontier
Nome is the Alaska's last frontier, where you never know what you’ll see next. A pet reindeer, being taken for a walk or a ride in a truck, is only one of the normal sights.
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When I travel to Teller, one of Nome’s outlying villages inhabited by the Inupiak people, I take Richard as my guide, a man who is knowledgeable about Alaska and a real character. His wish to be an actor is evident in the dramatic way he tells his stories.
Council, Alaska is "no man's land"
On my second day in Alaska, I decide to take one of three roads leading out of the city of Nome. After a 72-km drive on gravel, I arrive at the scenic townsite of Council.