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 Robin Nyce (r) plays with 19 month old Fischer Nyce at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during an abnormal, prolonged heatwave. For The New York Times.

Robin Nyce (r) plays with 19 month old Fischer Nyce at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during an abnormal, prolonged heatwave. For The New York Times.

 Katie Green launches a blow up kayak. Families with children take advantage of the heat at Jewel Lake in Anchorage during a period of abnormally warm weather. For The New York Times.

Katie Green launches a blow up kayak. Families with children take advantage of the heat at Jewel Lake in Anchorage during a period of abnormally warm weather. For The New York Times.

 Gary Lackie (l) rows his inflatable raft back to shore after a morning photographing loons while Ethan Pletnikoff and Isaac Joshua (r) take a break from swimming at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during a prolonged heatwave. July 3, 2019. For The New York Times.

Gary Lackie (l) rows his inflatable raft back to shore after a morning photographing loons while Ethan Pletnikoff and Isaac Joshua (r) take a break from swimming at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during a prolonged heatwave. July 3, 2019. For The New York Times.

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 Residents of Wasilla, Alaska, exploring the earthquake damage to Vine Road on Sunday, Dec 2. The 7.0 magnitude quake that struck on Friday was centered nearby. For the New York Times

Residents of Wasilla, Alaska, exploring the earthquake damage to Vine Road on Sunday, Dec 2. The 7.0 magnitude quake that struck on Friday was centered nearby. For the New York Times

 Students at Birchwood ABC Elementary School line up outside on the first day back after the Friday, Nov 30th earthquake. Birchwood ABC absorbed students from Eagle River Elementary, which was damaged to badly by the quake to resume classes. Relocated students waited to be led to unfamiliar classrooms by their teachers. Monday, December 10, 2018. For The New York Times.

Students at Birchwood ABC Elementary School line up outside on the first day back after the Friday, Nov 30th earthquake. Birchwood ABC absorbed students from Eagle River Elementary, which was damaged to badly by the quake to resume classes. Relocated students waited to be led to unfamiliar classrooms by their teachers. Monday, December 10, 2018. For The New York Times.

 An archive image used for a 2019 Smithsonian Magazine article about the physical remains of America’s longest war. Double exposure made on film with a plastic Holga camera in 2011 in Paktika Province, near the border with Pakistan.

An archive image used for a 2019 Smithsonian Magazine article about the physical remains of America’s longest war. Double exposure made on film with a plastic Holga camera in 2011 in Paktika Province, near the border with Pakistan.

 Feature story for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue. Tom Collier, CEO of Pebble Corporation.

Feature story for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue. Tom Collier, CEO of Pebble Corporation.

 Pebble Mine for  Men’s Journal .

Pebble Mine for Men’s Journal.

 Pebble Mine for  Men’s Journal .

Pebble Mine for Men’s Journal.

 A portion of the proposed Pebble Mine project site, current camp bottom right. Feature story for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue. 

A portion of the proposed Pebble Mine project site, current camp bottom right. Feature story for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue. 

 Brian Kraft, lodge owner and anti-Pebble advocate. Outtake for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue.

Brian Kraft, lodge owner and anti-Pebble advocate. Outtake for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue.

 Brian Kraft releases a red salmon Tom Collier snagged while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. For  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue. 

Brian Kraft releases a red salmon Tom Collier snagged while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. For Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue. 

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 Brian Kraft and Tom Collier, opposing leaders in the fight over Pebble Mine, argue while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. Outtake for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue.

Brian Kraft and Tom Collier, opposing leaders in the fight over Pebble Mine, argue while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. Outtake for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue.

 Katmai National Park. bear's fishing for salmon in a habitat similar to the terrain in the drainages below the proposed Pebble mine, but not within the area potentially affected by the mine. For  Men’s Journal .

Katmai National Park. bear's fishing for salmon in a habitat similar to the terrain in the drainages below the proposed Pebble mine, but not within the area potentially affected by the mine. For Men’s Journal.

 AlexAnna Salmon picks cranberries in Iguigig. For  Men’s Journal .

AlexAnna Salmon picks cranberries in Iguigig. For Men’s Journal.

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 Robin Nyce (r) plays with 19 month old Fischer Nyce at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during an abnormal, prolonged heatwave. For The New York Times.
 Katie Green launches a blow up kayak. Families with children take advantage of the heat at Jewel Lake in Anchorage during a period of abnormally warm weather. For The New York Times.
 Gary Lackie (l) rows his inflatable raft back to shore after a morning photographing loons while Ethan Pletnikoff and Isaac Joshua (r) take a break from swimming at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during a prolonged heatwave. July 3, 2019. For The New York Times.
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 Residents of Wasilla, Alaska, exploring the earthquake damage to Vine Road on Sunday, Dec 2. The 7.0 magnitude quake that struck on Friday was centered nearby. For the New York Times
 Students at Birchwood ABC Elementary School line up outside on the first day back after the Friday, Nov 30th earthquake. Birchwood ABC absorbed students from Eagle River Elementary, which was damaged to badly by the quake to resume classes. Relocated students waited to be led to unfamiliar classrooms by their teachers. Monday, December 10, 2018. For The New York Times.
 An archive image used for a 2019 Smithsonian Magazine article about the physical remains of America’s longest war. Double exposure made on film with a plastic Holga camera in 2011 in Paktika Province, near the border with Pakistan.
 Feature story for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue. Tom Collier, CEO of Pebble Corporation.
 Pebble Mine for  Men’s Journal .
 Pebble Mine for  Men’s Journal .
 A portion of the proposed Pebble Mine project site, current camp bottom right. Feature story for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue. 
 Brian Kraft, lodge owner and anti-Pebble advocate. Outtake for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue.
 Brian Kraft releases a red salmon Tom Collier snagged while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. For  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue. 
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 Brian Kraft and Tom Collier, opposing leaders in the fight over Pebble Mine, argue while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. Outtake for  Men’s Journal , January 2019 issue.
 Katmai National Park. bear's fishing for salmon in a habitat similar to the terrain in the drainages below the proposed Pebble mine, but not within the area potentially affected by the mine. For  Men’s Journal .
 AlexAnna Salmon picks cranberries in Iguigig. For  Men’s Journal .

Robin Nyce (r) plays with 19 month old Fischer Nyce at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during an abnormal, prolonged heatwave. For The New York Times.

Katie Green launches a blow up kayak. Families with children take advantage of the heat at Jewel Lake in Anchorage during a period of abnormally warm weather. For The New York Times.

Gary Lackie (l) rows his inflatable raft back to shore after a morning photographing loons while Ethan Pletnikoff and Isaac Joshua (r) take a break from swimming at Goose Lake in Anchorage, Alaska during a prolonged heatwave. July 3, 2019. For The New York Times.

Residents of Wasilla, Alaska, exploring the earthquake damage to Vine Road on Sunday, Dec 2. The 7.0 magnitude quake that struck on Friday was centered nearby. For the New York Times

Students at Birchwood ABC Elementary School line up outside on the first day back after the Friday, Nov 30th earthquake. Birchwood ABC absorbed students from Eagle River Elementary, which was damaged to badly by the quake to resume classes. Relocated students waited to be led to unfamiliar classrooms by their teachers. Monday, December 10, 2018. For The New York Times.

An archive image used for a 2019 Smithsonian Magazine article about the physical remains of America’s longest war. Double exposure made on film with a plastic Holga camera in 2011 in Paktika Province, near the border with Pakistan.

Feature story for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue. Tom Collier, CEO of Pebble Corporation.

Pebble Mine for Men’s Journal.

Pebble Mine for Men’s Journal.

A portion of the proposed Pebble Mine project site, current camp bottom right. Feature story for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue. 

Brian Kraft, lodge owner and anti-Pebble advocate. Outtake for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue.

Brian Kraft releases a red salmon Tom Collier snagged while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. For Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue. 

Brian Kraft and Tom Collier, opposing leaders in the fight over Pebble Mine, argue while fishing on the Kvichak river, near the proposed Pebble Mine. Outtake for Men’s Journal, January 2019 issue.

Katmai National Park. bear's fishing for salmon in a habitat similar to the terrain in the drainages below the proposed Pebble mine, but not within the area potentially affected by the mine. For Men’s Journal.

AlexAnna Salmon picks cranberries in Iguigig. For Men’s Journal.

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