Alaska feels like another country. Its delicate but unsympathetic landscape, its neighborly but weather-tested residents, and its strange history as a Russian territory turned 49th state make Alaska unlike any other place in the U.S.
Fairbanks was the jumping off point for a journey into Alaska’s interior. I went during summer solstice. With 24 hours of daylight above the Arctic Circle, I never saw the sun set.
I then set sail from Seward to Vancouver along the Inside Passage.
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Film by Jessica Peterson
Production assistance: Tim Peterson
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Gimbal: Pilotfly H2
Drone: DJI Phantom 4
Chena Hot Springs
Denali National Park
Parts of this trip made possible by Matador Network and Explore Fairbanks.