INFRAMUNK: GMUNK Surreal Infrared Photos Of Alaska Look Like Mars

INFRAMUNK GMUNK infrared photos Alaska-11
Bradley G. Munkowitz aka GMUNK is a talented photographer, filmmaker and graphic designer based in San Francisco, California. Bradley studied graphic design and filmmaking at Humboldt State University. A visionary whose creativity and innovation transcends all platforms, GMUNK has established himself as one of the top visual and design directors in the world. His game-changing techniques use lighting and material studies to craft bold imagery in both the live action and interactive worlds. ...  View More
February 26, 2017 Megan

Bargain: In 1867, The U.S. Purchased Alaska From Russia For $7M

USA Alaska purchase from Russia 1867-6
The purchase of Alaska in 1867 marked the end of Russian efforts to expand trade and settlements to the Pacific coast of North America, and became an important step in the United States rise as a great power in the Asia-Pacific region. Beginning in 1725, when Russian Czar Peter the Great dispatched Vitus Bering to explore the Alaskan coast, Russia had a keen interest in this region, which was rich in natural resources and lightly inhabited. As the United States expanded westward in the early ...  View More
February 4, 2017 Jason

No Snow, No Ice: Alaska Polar Bears Photo Series By Patty Waymire

Patty Waymire Alaska Polar Bears No Snow No Ice-1
A solitary bear sits on the edge of one of the Barter Islands. There is no snow, when at this time of year, there should be. In speaking with the locals in Kaktovic, they've noted that it's been an unseasonably warm winter, and that the ice will be late in forming this year. This will have an impact on the local polar bear population, when it comes time to hunt seals for their food in the winter months... This photo has been selected by National Geographic to be a part of the photo exhibit in ...  View More
January 7, 2017 Jason