The 2020 photo contest winners for Alaska magazine’s annual contest. Selected include grand prize, plus top three and honorable mention in each category.
Izembek National Wildlife Refuge photos taken by Gerrit Vyn in 2018 during a six-week journey there sponsored by The Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
The team from Lost Horizon Creative traveled to Fairbanks to capture video footage of the aurora borealis from the stratosphere.
Alaska Artist Jon Van Zyle and photographer Jeff Schultz work together to present a unique view of the state in their book, Double Vision Alaska.
Photos of Rufous hummingbirds, tufted puffins, bald eagles, Steller’s Jay and other images Eric M. Beeman captured while birding in Kachemak Bay.
Alaska Senior Editor Michelle Theall shares Alaskan portraits from her time traveling and meeting people around the state. For this photo Theall writes, “When you live in Utqiagvik…
The state of Alaska is emblematic of pristine waters, well-managed fisheries, and the evolution of modern fisheries, large and small, as well as fishermen’s struggle to eke out an existence in one of the world’s most challenging maritime environments.
Alaska’s Senior Editor saw 17 bears at Brooks Falls when she was one of the first visitors to Katmai National Park when it reopened in early August 2020.
An adult female bear peers through a dense thicket of cow parsnip. During the summer months, Kodiak turns a lush, vibrant green as thick vegetation carpets the island.…