Communion with nature

My parents spent their 20s living in a log cabin 30 miles outside of Fairbanks Alaska. While my 20s tell a different story — aka apartment living in San Francisco–the itch for adventure needed a thorough scratch this summer. In early August my brother and I journeyed to SE Alaska for a week-long kayaking trip. We lucked out on weather and I won on work allocation. In our double kayak, John did most of the paddling and I played videographer. Out on the water and at our remote campsites we were totally unplugged from the outside world. It was a needed respite from the city’s hustle and bustle and internet-fueled life I had been living. You’ll find a couple of my landscape photographs from Gustavus here.

Here’s a highlight reel from our trip.

 

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