See the Ravages of Denali at the Anchorage Museum

12 03 2012


Frostbite. Blisters. Exhaustion. Sun and wind burn. And that’s before we even get talking about the emotional impact of summiting Mt. McKinley, North America’s tallest.

A photography exhibit on now at the always-excellent Anchorage Museum aims to capture the scars the mountain inflicts on its visitors. Photographer Tim Remick set up at base camp and shot climbers as they returned from the summit – the results, from the images I’ve seen online, are powerful.

After: Portraits From Denali runs until April 15. Check it out if you’re able!





Photo Friday: Antler Art

8 04 2011

Caribou antlers throw shadows on the wall of the UAF Museum of the North in Fairbanks